En “Cartero” describe los doce años en que estuvo empleado en una sórdida oficina de correos de Los Ángeles. El libro termina cuando. : Cartero () by Charles Bukowski and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices. El Cartero De Bukowski. 10 likes. Book. El Cartero De Bukowski. Book. 10 people like this topic. Want to like this Page? Sign up for Facebook to get started.

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Plus, Bukowski’s use of capitalization is genius.

He had spunk and a surprising “surprising” because of all the booze work ethic but an ultimately boring sense of humor. It’s nice work if you can get it, now who the hell said it? Around the Year i Sometimes some guy will come up with a bukodski way of writing about his dick, your Ulysses bu,owski Gravity’s Rainbow, or someone’s particularly good at writing about his dick, like Philip Roth or Bukowski, and everybody’s like, ta-dah!

Post Office

This is what makes Henry Chinaski’s story very addictive to read. His second leaves him and he jus A good and quick read. Do you know what I saw?

The first he loses; the second he taunts regardless of consequences; the third he never gets, largely through incompetence. He died of leukemia in San Pedro on March 9, It made you see things better.


This could be a true story, he could honest to god have sat down one day, with a hangover from hell, and decided to write this book, for no other reason than to tell the world ” I exist. He worked a wide range of jobs to support his writing, including dishwasher, truck driver and loader, mail carrier, guard, gas station attendant, stock boy, warehouse worker, shipping clerk, post office clerk, parking lot attendant, Red Cross orderly, and elevator operator.

It’s therefore hard to form a complete picture of Bukowski’s alter ego, to really understand why it’s possible for him to just accept everything.

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Postal Service from the early s to the late s was one of them. He does a lot more telling bujowski showing, although the tales he tells show us quite a bit about the absurdities of modern life, the insanities we’re so often driven to, and all the myriad ways in which we choose to cope. Post Office is no exception. Nevertheless, dirt and depravity notwithstanding, the overall tone is humorous. Their stories mostly sound all the same.

I recommend you try it out for yourself. So here we go Half the mothers in America, with their precious big pussies and their precious little daughters, half the mothers in America have dirty minds. I’m glad I did. In his youth, Hank worked in slaughterhouses, crossed the country on a railroad track gang, worked in a dog biscuit factory, slept on park benches, and worked nickel-and-dime jobs in a dozen cities.

Post Office by Charles Bukowski

View all 21 comments. But Post Office is not an entirely frivolous affair. See all 4 questions about Post Office…. And underneath all that, the fish, the poor fish fighting each other, eating each other.


This is the job for me, oh yes yes yes. This is the book where Bukowski explains how he fell into his career as mail carrier and later mail clerkwhy he stuck with the job for as l Why is reading Bukowski so much more enjoyable when you’re drinking? View all 6 comments.

Bukowski wrote thousands of poems, hundreds of short stories and six novels, eventually publishing over sixty books Charles Bukowski was the only child of an American soldier and a German mother. If they keep you awake, put them out. Henry Chinaski is a heavy drinker, gambler and philanderer.

She seemed a bit crazy but I kept looking at her body and I didn’t care. Bukowsii recommend Post Office with caveats. I got the same vibe from this book as I did from Rabbit, Run and Catcher in the Rye, only this time I feel cartsro for having read this crap, because in these two books I had the desire to reach into the books and smack the snot out of the protagonists.