Buk usually is labeled as "realist" or "dirty realist" by critics specialized on him. Even though I tend to agree with this when it comes to Post Office, Factotum, Ham on Rye and Hollywood, Pulp reads to me like a surrealist novel, or at least a novel heavily influenced by surrealism. Russell Harrison also points out that his early poetry was surrealist, some of his short-stories play with the absurdity of life, skewed completely from the notion of verisimilitude that is typical of realism as a style. What's your take on this? Do you have any examples of Buk's poetry or prose that could not be labeled as realist, but rather surreal writing?