Charles Bukowski: How to Stand out in a Noisy World
Zat Rana

The paradox is that Bukowski did mold himself to what the market wanted — it just wasn’t today’s market. And, while some of his poetry was brilliant, a lot of it was booze-fueled sentimentality.

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