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The Pleasures of the Damned by Charles Bukowski
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Feb 06, 12

Read from January 27 to February 06, 2012, read count: 1

Actual rating: 4.5 out of 5

Pieces I enjoyed: something's knocking at the door; dark night poem; a smile to remember; a future congressman; fooling Marie; the young man on the bus stop bench; upon reading an interview with a best-selling novelist in our metropolitan daily newspaper; a clean, well-lighted place; the harder you try; a time to remember; no wonder; Carson McCullers; putrefaction; Sunday lunch at the Holy Mission; trashcan lives; the screw-game; art; hell is a lonely place; no leaders, please; the 2nd novel; Mademoiselle from Armentieres; the loner; The Genius of the Crowd; oh, yes; poop; Democracy; gold in your eye; self-inflicted wounds; the crunch; who needs it?; about the PEN conference; about competition; the burning of the dream; the replacements; on being 20; human nature; the ladies of summer; mind and heart; TB; first poem back


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