Charles Bukowski - Bukowski at Bellevue
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In the Spring of 1970, poet Charles Bukowski packed his overnight bag and took a plane ride to Washington to read at Bellevue Community College. This reading was videotaped in black and white by two students and the film lay forgotten for 18 years. Although technically shaky the film captures Bukowski at his best.
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oh well live and learn ...buyer bware
Bukowski is drunk, reads poetry, talks about life amongst other things. In all, it's interesting because Bukowski was such a good writer and you'll be pulled in.
I read all of Bukowski's work and loved the stuff, especially Post Office: A Novel by Charles Bukowski, Factotum by Charles Bukowski and Pulp by Charles Bukowski.
If you don't like Bukowski then you'll probably be bored out of your mind. Some people have trouble because he drank so much and lived in some shoddy place in L.A. Bukowski was also an admitted dipsomaniac and barfly. At least the guy was honest. I like a writer who is honest. You really do find honesty in Bukowski's work.
Bukowski is drunk, reads poetry, talks about life amongst other things.
You'll be pulled in.