!!> Reading ➽ Factotum ➶ Author Charles Bukowski – Plummovies.info

!!> Reading ➽ Factotum  ➶ Author Charles Bukowski – Plummovies.info One Of Charles Bukowski S Best, This Beer Soaked, Deliciously Degenerate Novel Follows The Wanderings Of Aspiring Writer Henry Chinaski Across World War II Era America Deferred From Military Service, Chinaski Travels From City To City, Moving Listlessly From One Odd Job To Another, Always Needing Money But Never Badly Enough To Keep A Job His Day To Day Existence Spirals Into An Endless Litany Of Pathetic Whores, Sordid Rooms, Dreary Embraces, And Drunken Brawls, As He Makes His Bitter, Brilliant Way From One Drink To The NextCharles Bukowski S Posthumous Legend Continues To Grow Factotum Is A Masterfully Vivid Evocation Of Slow Paced, Low Life Urbanity And Alcoholism, And An Excellent Introduction To The Fictional World Of Charles Bukowski

10 thoughts on “Factotum

  1. Joshua Nomen-Mutatio Joshua Nomen-Mutatio says:

    I have a sort of pre emptive dislike verging on loathing of Bukowski, which I think is rooted in my post adolescent rejection of and disillusionment with the Beat writers whom I absolutely adored in high school I ve never read Bukowsk

  2. P.F. Chang P.F. Chang says:

    people like talking shit about charles bukowski on goodreads, it seems funny.i liked this book a lot henry chinaski is an asshole but he knows he s an asshole and simply accepts being an asshole everything seems detached and transient, nothi

  3. Madeleine Madeleine says:

    There were times while reading this short novel that I had to stop and wonder if my aspiration to one day be the female Bukowski is either setting my sights too high or placing the bar too low And then I up and went to a bar, since I was reading th

  4. Printable Tire Printable Tire says:

    Having read two of Bukowski s books now, I ve decided he s for two types of people psuedo intelectual masochists that want to slum a little andgenuine people that live very histrionic if arrogant and introverted lives I can t get over how conceited Bukows

  5. David Schaafsma David Schaafsma says:

    I love this poem about the drunken Charles Bukowski, from Raymond Carver, speaking to a bunch of creative writing students, in You Don t Know What Love Is factotum is an employee who does all kinds of work This short novel I listened to, which makes it a bit lik

  6. Jon(athan) Nakapalau Jon(athan) Nakapalau says:

    When the undercurrent of life starts to pull you away even struggling against it can take you further awaythis book is the perfect example of this.

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  8. Vit Babenco Vit Babenco says:

    Factotum an employee who does all kinds of work.Henry Chinaski an alter ego of Charles Bukowski was a special kind of factotum he was an employee who didn t want to do any kind of work I m a writer temporarily down on my inspirations Oh, a writer, eh Yes Are you sure No, I m not Wh

  9. Brian Brian says:

    What kind of job you looking for Stockboy, shipping clerk, janitorThe denizens of Bukowski s fictional world encompass the marginalized chaff of mid 20thcentury America Barely a step ahead of abject vagrancy, Bukowski s protagonist and alter ego Henry Chinaski is the everyman of the most b

  10. Cody Cody says:

    Bukowski holds a strange attraction for me I suppose reading his novels and short stories is something like staring at a car crash or returning to the scene of the crime I just can t help it There is a primitive, visceral draw I have yet to read a Bukowski novel that I consider great Factotum doe

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