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Charles Bukowski, The Night Torn Mad with Footsteps (Black Sparrow, 2001)
Can a person be great and yet not too good at the same time? Read more
In these poems (from the 1970s and 1980s), Bukowski is getting away from the references to animals of the earlier years, moving into more specific events. Read morePublished on December 11, 2002 by SPM
Charles Bukowski's poems are grounded in California observations and scenes: and The Night Torn With Mad Footsteps provides new poems from the prolific poet's pen, which range from... Read morePublished on March 16, 2002 by Midwest Book Review
Difficult to belive--so much bad Bukowski. And all in one place.Published on January 29, 2002 by kevin jones
Black Sparrow Press puts together an amazing book. And this is some of Bukowskis finest work ever. The hardcover deluxe edition is well woth the fifteen extra bucks.Published on December 11, 2001 by "dasher420"
I haven't even read Bukowski's latest collection, THE NIGHT TORN MAD, but I was so happy to finally get the book from amazon, that I had to share my excitement (and give it an... Read morePublished on November 1, 2001 by Mark Begley