Order of Books? (1 Viewer)

This is probably pretty stupid, but I was told that Ham on Rye had other books after it. I was also told there was some chronological order according to Henry's age? Is that true, and if so, what are they?
 

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Bukowski's novels each have their basis in a different part of his life, and although they are autobiographical in nature they are not actual autobiographies.

Ham On Rye
ir
relates to his early life, childhood, high school.
Factotum
ir
relates to early adulthood.
Post Office
ir
relates to his later adulthood.
Women
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is next.
Then Hollywood
ir
.

Pulp
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is a separate deal. It no doubt has some autobiographical details, but it is far more of a fantasy than his other works.

There are of course several volumes of letters and the journal 'The Captain Is Out To Lunch And The Sailors Have Taken Over The Ship
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'.
 

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