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The Resource Sifting through the madness for the word, the line, the way : new poems, Charles Bukowski ; edited by John Martin

Sifting through the madness for the word, the line, the way : new poems, Charles Bukowski ; edited by John Martin

Label
Sifting through the madness for the word, the line, the way : new poems
Title
Sifting through the madness for the word, the line, the way
Title remainder
new poems
Statement of responsibility
Charles Bukowski ; edited by John Martin
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Ecco releases a new book of unpublished poems from the late Charles Bukowski, one of America's best-known contemporary writers and its most influential andimitated poet
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DLC
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Bukowski, Charles
Dewey number
811/.54
Index
no index present
LC call number
PS3552.U4
LC item number
S54 2003
Literary form
fiction
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
American poetry
Label
Sifting through the madness for the word, the line, the way : new poems, Charles Bukowski ; edited by John Martin
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Contents
So you want to be a writer? -- My secret life -- The column -- Commerce -- The Mexican fighters -- This dog -- The great escape -- A quick one -- The old anarchist -- And I still won't vote -- Just trying to do a good deed -- One step removed -- My life as a sitcom -- A mechanical Lazarus -- My god -- After the sandstorm -- Carry on! -- Straw hats -- Drink and wait -- Basking in the evil light -- What can I do? -- Out of the sickroom and into the white blazing sun -- Temporal ease -- You never liked me -- Our big day at the movies -- About competition -- Fingernails -- Iron -- Extraterrestrial visitor -- Small talk -- Too sweet -- Work-fuck problems -- Observations on music -- Fly boy -- Unblinking grief -- Houses and dark streets -- The joke is on the sun -- Like a polluted river flowing -- Girlfriends -- Escape 1942 -- A strange horse poem -- The longest snake in the world -- The niceties -- Time to water the plants and feed the cat -- I'm flattered -- Neither Shakespeare nor Mickey Spillane -- Show business -- Pop! -- The interview -- Re-union -- Genius unfettered -- Bob -- Bearclaw morning -- Death and transfiguration -- Warriors in this place -- A sickness? -- A fine night -- Riots -- Venice Beach -- The con job -- Looking back -- The love poems of Catullus -- Dream girl -- Empties -- The landlady -- About the mail -- Have you ever pulled a lion's tail? -- Who needs it? -- Tight black pants -- The weirdest day -- Burning bright -- The death of a hero -- Hooked -- Found poems -- Runaway inflation -- The significance was obscure -- Cracking the odds -- Working through it all -- Giving thanks -- Los Angeles -- 2,294 -- Why do you write so many poems about death? -- Evidence -- A wise ass -- The dressmaker -- Lunch in Beverly Hills -- She was really mad -- A tree, a road, a toad -- In one ear and out the other -- Excuses -- Bygone days -- In a lady's bedroom -- Model friend -- The invitation -- Hollywood hustle -- Buddha Chinaski says -- Like Lazarus -- Soft and fat like summer roses -- In transit -- "Dear Mr. Chinaski" -- Silverfish -- The popularity kid -- Death and white glue -- Fun times: 1930 -- My bully -- Ow ow ow -- The singers -- The march -- The way things are -- Words for you -- Strictly bullshit -- Written before I got one -- Straight on -- Remember this -- Now see here -- Little poem -- Gertrude up the stairway, 1943 -- Where was I? -- Sloppy day -- Note on the telephone -- At the edge -- Heads without faces, seen in all the places -- Coming awake -- The simple truth -- Here and now -- Crazy world -- Good stuff -- Respite -- The horse player -- Displaced -- In search of a hero -- Escapade -- Burning, burning -- Upon reading an interview with a best-selling novelist -- Nothing to it -- This place -- A.D. 701-762 -- Regrets of a sort -- Too young -- Listening to the radio at 1:35 a.m -- Unclassical symphony -- Dinner for free -- A song from the 70's -- 188 -- War some of the time -- At last -- Misbegotten paradise -- My big night on the town -- Nobody but you -- Like a dolphin
Control code
50065089
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
395 pages
Isbn
9780060527358
Lccn
2002026075
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Label
Sifting through the madness for the word, the line, the way : new poems, Charles Bukowski ; edited by John Martin
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
So you want to be a writer? -- My secret life -- The column -- Commerce -- The Mexican fighters -- This dog -- The great escape -- A quick one -- The old anarchist -- And I still won't vote -- Just trying to do a good deed -- One step removed -- My life as a sitcom -- A mechanical Lazarus -- My god -- After the sandstorm -- Carry on! -- Straw hats -- Drink and wait -- Basking in the evil light -- What can I do? -- Out of the sickroom and into the white blazing sun -- Temporal ease -- You never liked me -- Our big day at the movies -- About competition -- Fingernails -- Iron -- Extraterrestrial visitor -- Small talk -- Too sweet -- Work-fuck problems -- Observations on music -- Fly boy -- Unblinking grief -- Houses and dark streets -- The joke is on the sun -- Like a polluted river flowing -- Girlfriends -- Escape 1942 -- A strange horse poem -- The longest snake in the world -- The niceties -- Time to water the plants and feed the cat -- I'm flattered -- Neither Shakespeare nor Mickey Spillane -- Show business -- Pop! -- The interview -- Re-union -- Genius unfettered -- Bob -- Bearclaw morning -- Death and transfiguration -- Warriors in this place -- A sickness? -- A fine night -- Riots -- Venice Beach -- The con job -- Looking back -- The love poems of Catullus -- Dream girl -- Empties -- The landlady -- About the mail -- Have you ever pulled a lion's tail? -- Who needs it? -- Tight black pants -- The weirdest day -- Burning bright -- The death of a hero -- Hooked -- Found poems -- Runaway inflation -- The significance was obscure -- Cracking the odds -- Working through it all -- Giving thanks -- Los Angeles -- 2,294 -- Why do you write so many poems about death? -- Evidence -- A wise ass -- The dressmaker -- Lunch in Beverly Hills -- She was really mad -- A tree, a road, a toad -- In one ear and out the other -- Excuses -- Bygone days -- In a lady's bedroom -- Model friend -- The invitation -- Hollywood hustle -- Buddha Chinaski says -- Like Lazarus -- Soft and fat like summer roses -- In transit -- "Dear Mr. Chinaski" -- Silverfish -- The popularity kid -- Death and white glue -- Fun times: 1930 -- My bully -- Ow ow ow -- The singers -- The march -- The way things are -- Words for you -- Strictly bullshit -- Written before I got one -- Straight on -- Remember this -- Now see here -- Little poem -- Gertrude up the stairway, 1943 -- Where was I? -- Sloppy day -- Note on the telephone -- At the edge -- Heads without faces, seen in all the places -- Coming awake -- The simple truth -- Here and now -- Crazy world -- Good stuff -- Respite -- The horse player -- Displaced -- In search of a hero -- Escapade -- Burning, burning -- Upon reading an interview with a best-selling novelist -- Nothing to it -- This place -- A.D. 701-762 -- Regrets of a sort -- Too young -- Listening to the radio at 1:35 a.m -- Unclassical symphony -- Dinner for free -- A song from the 70's -- 188 -- War some of the time -- At last -- Misbegotten paradise -- My big night on the town -- Nobody but you -- Like a dolphin
Control code
50065089
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
395 pages
Isbn
9780060527358
Lccn
2002026075
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n

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