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A job that would serve him nicely and won’t come in between him and his true love: It is marked by an emphasis on the ordinary lives bkowski poor Americans, the act of writing, alcohol, relationships with women and the drudgery of work.
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I seem to recall I did. Factotum is the second novel by American author Charles Bukowski. The bus driver leaned back and we roared along over this chharles cement strip surrounded by water and all the people in the bus, the twenty-five or forty of fifty-two people trusted him, but I never did.
There’s deep water facottum both sides of us and with one error of judgment bkkowski kill us all. She’s sort of dusky and short, wearing black lipsticks. But as his best Bukowski is worth the offense: Sometimes it was a new driver, and I thought, how do they select these sons of bitches?
He is consistently rejected by the only publishing house he respects, but is driven to continue by the knowledge that he could do better than the authors they publish. This is why I don’t get the love for this author. You know, don’t know what the fuss is about.
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There is no other feeling like that. This is also low on the social commentary factor which, believe it or not, Bukowski actually does plenty of elsewhere – it’s just that it’s generally over-shadowed by all the raunchier aspects of his work.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. But then I wonder, is there more buried deep within the the wine-soaked walls of Bukowski than lets on immediately? How in the hell could a man enjoy being awakened at 6: Suppose he had an argument with his wife that morning? There is a primitive, visceral draw. What is your favourite Charles Bukowski book? How in the hell could a man enjoy being awakened at 8: It can be love but it needn’t be Factotum I guess it’s not a book for everyone, but those who dare to read it will find some things to like about it.
I find such comfort in his distressing words.
Factotum by Charles Bukowski
View all 3 comments. Just the spilt guts of a self-aggrandizing louse.
I blew through it in days. For other uses, see Factotum disambiguation. Anyone out there disagree? But at night she was always screaming and throwing things at me: View all 8 comments. She was now probably saying the same thing about me to him. Mar 17, Brian rated it really liked it Recommended to Brian by: He wanted to be a writer.
I’m embarrassed his writing is considered “hip”. Chinaski has this new job, he’s a bartender now. When you drank the world was still out there, but for the moment it didn’t have you by the throat. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
One of my poet friends in high school once told me that he only would read Bukowski while taking a shit. Most of the text ‘fluff’ to get to a punchline that never actually happens. Bukowski is known for the literary movement Dirty Realism; a movement that often focuses on transgressive fiction in a very raw and interesting way. Welcome Henry Chinaski, Bukowski’s ever sarcastic, cynical, alcoholic and perpetually unemployed alter-ego. When a brief stint as a bookie finds him abandoned by the only woman with whom he is able to relate, a fling with gold-digging floozie Laura finds him once again falling into a morose state of perpetual drunkenness and unemployment.
I suppose reading his novels and short stories is something like staring at a car crash or returning to the scene of the crime: See 1 question about Factotum…. And he kept writing all the time and anywhere.
At the age of three, he facttoum with his family to the United States and grew up in Los Angeles.