Article by Robert Sandarg - The Musicality Of Charles Bukowski (1 Viewer)

Bob has answered my request and was very pleased you are interested. so i scanned the piece and add links below.

source note:
This article originally appeared in the 'Jahrbuch der Charles-Bukowski-Gesellschaft' (yearbook of the Bukowski-Society) No 1. That was 1998.

edit: Here's a PDF of the complete article. music.pdf 1.54Mb

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Thanks, roni. And thank you Robert Sandarg.
 
Yes, thanks guys for posting this. Great article which also appeared in "Sure" (or another version of it, I'll have to check).
 

Bukfan

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Thanks guys! I have'nt read that article before...
 
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Gerard K H Love

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I think Bukowski would have to agree with all of that. It sure took a lot of research to write. Who is Robert Sandarg?
Thank you again. I never cared much for opera either.
 
Who is Robert Sandarg?
He's a professor of literature at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
He also is a friend of the Bukowski-Society and (of course) of mine.

... You know where you can read the piece.

and don't miss his article on the classical music-subject in yearbook 2005 p.70ff.
You know where you can read the piece.


here's an excerpt from his latest email, telling what to expect next:

"...
I am hoping to send you an article entitled "The Profanity of Charles Bulowski" one of these days, an essay which treats not really his profanity (in the form of curses, etc) but his profanation of major concepts such as fatherhood, politics, religion and so forth, in verbal profane rituals.
..."
 

mjp

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He's a professor of literature at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

here's an excerpt from his latest email, telling what to expect next:

"...
I am hoping to send you an article entitled "The Profanity of Charles Bulowski" one of these days, an essay which treats not really his profanity (in the form of curses, etc) but his profanation of major concepts such as fatherhood, politics, religion and so forth, in verbal profane rituals.
..."
If he keeps that up he's going to eventually have enough essays for a book.
 

Johannes

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here's an excerpt from his latest email, telling what to expect next:

"...
I am hoping to send you an article entitled "The Profanity of Charles Bulowski" one of these days, an essay which treats not really his profanity (in the form of curses, etc) but his profanation of major concepts such as fatherhood, politics, religion and so forth, in verbal profane rituals.
..."

Sounds interesting indeed!
 

Ponder

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RIP
source note:
This article originally appeared in the 'Jahrbuch der Charles-Bukowski-Gesellschaft' (yearbook of the Bukowski-Society) No 1. That was 1998.

edit: Here's a PDF of the complete article. music.pdf 1.54Mb

The PDF link is dead, any chance...
 

mjp

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http://hcsocial.us/buk/music.pdf

There are a lot of things in that account that are probably lost behind broken links now. If you come across a broken link like michaelphil.web132.discountasp.net/buk/whatever you should be able to fix it by changing it to hcsocial.us/buk/whatever

Eventually I should move it all to bukowski.net, but it's several gigs of stuff that is just there for the hell of it.
 
[...] Great article which also appeared in "Sure" (or another version of it [...]
you're right, David: It had been in 'sure' way before the Buk-Society published it. That was not even "another version" but the exact same thing. So the article Not "originally appeared" in our yearbook as I've tried to convince you all in my first post of the thread in an attempt to look like Superman.

[...] and don't miss his article on the classical music-subject in yearbook 2005 p.70ff. [...]
attached.
enjoy.
 

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Ponder

"So fuck Doubleday Doran"
RIP
The illustrated Sure version:
http://www.realbeer.com/buk/classicbuk/cb1.html


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