Најубавата жена во градот и други раскази

Најубавата жена во градот и други раскази

Charles Bukowski / Sep 16, 2019

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  • Title: Најубавата жена во градот и други раскази
  • Author: Charles Bukowski
  • ISBN: 9789989168895
  • Page: 328
  • Format: Paperback
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    About "Charles Bukowski"

      • Charles Bukowski

        Henry Charles Bukowski born as Heinrich Karl Bukowski was a German born American poet, novelist and short story writer His writing was influenced by the social, cultural and economic ambience of his home city of Los Angeles.It is marked by an emphasis on the ordinary lives of poor Americans, the act of writing, alcohol, relationships with women and the drudgery of work Bukowski wrote thousands of poems, hundreds of short stories and six novels, eventually publishing over sixty booksCharles Bukowski was the only child of an American soldier and a German mother At the age of three, he came with his family to the United States and grew up in Los Angeles He attended Los Angeles City College from 1939 to 1941, then left school and moved to New York City to become a writer His lack of publishing success at this time caused him to give up writing in 1946 and spurred a ten year stint of heavy drinking After he developed a bleeding ulcer, he decided to take up writing again He worked a wide range of jobs to support his writing, including dishwasher, truck driver and loader, mail carrier, guard, gas station attendant, stock boy, warehouse worker, shipping clerk, post office clerk, parking lot attendant, Red Cross orderly, and elevator operator He also worked in a dog biscuit factory, a slaughterhouse, a cake and cookie factory, and he hung posters in New York City subways.Bukowski published his first story when he was twenty four and began writing poetry at the age of thirty five His first book of poetry was published in 1959 he went on to publish than forty five books of poetry and prose, including Pulp 1994 , Screams from the Balcony 1993 , and The Last Night of the Earth Poems 1992.He died of leukemia in San Pedro on March 9, 1994.


    1. Charles Bukowski wrote about life. He wrote about drinking, dead-end jobs, women, sex, gambling, and violence. Much of his writing is crude because that's how he saw life. The Most Beautiful Woman in Town contains many semi-autobiographical stories and other stories with an interesting taste of fantasy and surrealism.I greatly enjoyed this book. It was the first Bukowski book I have read, and I honestly wasn't sure what I was getting myself into. What I discovered was an author who was real and [...]

    2. The title story is awesome. NONE of the rest are like it. The others are great but all like each other. Well, Bukowski makes no apologies for knowing what he knows and writing what he knows (horses and beer and sluts and sex and writing and publishing and shit jobs and bumming about and horses and beer and sex and writing and beer shits and hospital trips and everyone's horny all the goddamn time.) I imagine this sort of thing is a thrill to discover as a teenager: "Whoah! This is literature?!" [...]

    3. Jesus Christ, I've been awake for like 24 hours and my tongue hurts and I've been eating 2 pieces of bread for an hour, but I couldn't resist this one. I'd really only read Chuck's poetry before, but I enjoyed it and bought this collection of stories after someone told me it would be a nice birthday gift for the lady friend.I think this person hated me. I almost had an anxiety attack after I read it; Bukowski's MO seems to involve drinking excessive beer, having somewhat selfish sex with girls w [...]

    4. تشارلز بوكوفسكي المجنون ينطلق في هذه المجموعه القصصيه ليعري قبح وعهر وفحش الإنسان في العصر الحديث. يتناول بوكوفسكي في ثلاثين قصه حكايات مختلفه بعضها علي لسانه شخصيآ وبعضها روايات عن آخرون وتشترك جميعها في كشف حقيقة الانسان وكم هو كائن قبيح شهواني يستبيح كل شيء في سبيل إرضاء [...]

    5. Gdy przeczytałem kiedyś "Kobiety" a potem inne części sagi Hanka Chinaskiego, myślałem, że proza Bukowskiego jest bardzo ostra. Niby jest, ale to co przeczytałem w tym tomie opowiadań jest dużo, dużo ostrzejsze. Nie będę podawał przykładów, ale myślę, że uzasadniona jest teza, że nie ma takiej rzeczy, której Bukowski by się brzydził. Wszystko jest ludzkie, wszystko zasługuje na to, żeby przyjrzeć się temu z bardzo, bardzo bliska i opisać. I muszę powiedzieć, że bar [...]

    6. Nothing surprising here, as Bukowski is . . . well . . . Bukowski. But truth be told, many of these short stories lacked the punch Bukowski is known for, as they appeared rushed, unedited, and, at times, repetitious on themes (which is also typical Bukowski). There were a few really good stories, a bunch of average stories, and a couple that rubbed me the wrong way. One, in particular, depicts a grown man fantasizing about a little girl, whom he ends up raping in a garage while her two boy playm [...]

    7. Okay, there is something about Bukowski that speaks to me, that i can relate with. Maybe it is who i am; maybe i am a lot like him.I'm not saying that i support the way he treats women or how he lived his whole life on booze and sex and women, and even made his characters such, but it's just something about the whole combination that appeals to me. Some part of it, for sure, is his crudity. He is ruthless, he is harsh, he is stubborn and insensitive. I am him. I am all those things and more. He [...]

    8. " como já disse anteriormente, ela tinha jeito. há umas que sabem, outras que não. a maior parte delas fica-se pelo sobe-e-desce do costume. a Linda começava pelo pénis, abandonava-o, passava para os tomates, depois abandonava os tomates, voltava outra vez ao pénis, um mimo, uma fantástica quantidade de energia, DEIXANDO SEMPRE A PONTA DO CARALHO SOZINHA. INTACTA. por fim, punha-me a lançar gemidos para o tecto e a dar-lhe toda a espécie de mentiras relacionadas com o que eu haveria de [...]

    9. يعمد بوكوفسكي إلى تعرية الإنسان وكشف سوأته تماما من خلال حكاياتاه التي لا تنتهي ومغامراته التي خاضها.  لقد عاش حياة مليئة بالأحداث المثيرة التي أنصجت كتاباته وقصصه. إنه يفضح تلك الحضارة المزعومة، وتقدم البشرية المزعوم، وآدميتنا المزعومة. إنه يفكك كل شيء، ويرده إلى أصله: الب [...]

    10. يحاول بوكوفسكي من خلال هذه الرواية أن يطرح أسئلة على شاكلة ماذا لو كان الإنسان في حقيقة الأمر حقيراً " النوع الإنساني عامة" ؟ هذا يعني أن كل مل يترتب على ذلك ليس إلا أوهاماً ومعتقدات باطلة مثل الحضارة والإنسانية وما من مركزية يجب ان يتقيد بها الإنسان ولا حد ينبغي الوقوف عنده ل [...]

    11. "العمر ليس جريمة. الجريمة ان غالبية البشر يهرمون على نحو سيئ."

    12. I finished this one earlier this morning. This is the second collection of short stories I have read by Bukowski, the first being Hot Water Music. I wasn't a huge fan of Hot Water Music, it was simply "O.K.", my main complaint being that most of the stories seemed practically the same: I got drunk, I met a girl, we had sex, she got mad at me, I got drunk again. Don't worry, I've read quite a bit of Bukowski. It works in his novels, but 23 short stories that are essentially the same story tend to [...]

    13. I doubt, if I had ever met him, I would have liked Charles Bukowski. His character and habits were rather distasteful. I doubt he'd have liked me much either. But Bukowski did occupy a world of the poor and lost that few contemporary readers could appreciate. His writing brought this to life: a place of desperation and hopelessness that cannot be understood unless you were there. As he wrote in one of the short stories in this collection: the poor know the meaning of life; the rich and comfortab [...]

    14. وإنْ أبكتني رضوى عاشور ذات "الطنطورية"، كذلك فعل تشارلز بوكوفسكي في قصصه "أجمل نساء المدينة"، لكنه أبكاني ضحكاً لا أذكر أنني ضحكت بهذا المقدار وأنا أقرأ كتاباً بين التسكّع والجنون والفساد والخمر والنساء والحبّ وسباقات الخيل والعنف الفطريّ عند البشر المتمثّل في القتل والكرا [...]

    15. Bukowski, it seems, was a dirty, nasty, drunken son-of-a-bitch--mostly because his writing comes across as autobiographical, even if it wasn't. I am not here to judge the man. I simply want to say that his writing is engaging and hilarious. It's kinda like a straight shot of dirty truth and a bare knuckle punch to the face. There is no bullshit, no pretense in his writing. I can see how some people hate it, or are disgusted by it. I think, despite any judgements, it is genius in it's simplicity [...]

    16. this was my introduction to bukowski. damn, i loved it. i've loaned it out to several friends over the years. and i never get the sucker back. i'm on my fifth copy or so.

    17. This book was really really disgusting. The first story was kinda good but it has nothing to do with the rest of the stories. Some are meaningless, some make you feel angry, some make you feel repulsed. All this book is about is whores, drinking, gambling, fighting. There are even two stories about rape. One is about 2 men that rape the body of a dead woman and the other is about a man that rapes a six-year-old girl in front of two other young boys. And these stories are from the perspective of [...]

    18. 70 -oji šiais metais perskaityta knyga neeilinė - girtuoklio ir literatūros chuligano Charles Bukowski "Dailiausia moteris mieste". Metų pradžioje pradėjusi pažintį su šio autoriaus kūriniu "Paštas", likau nustebinta jo rašymo stiliumi, necenzūruota kalba, nepersaldintais tekstais ir tiesiai šviesiai drėbiama tiesa. Iš pažiūros galbūt tai vulgaru ir neestetiška, bet žiūrint iš meninės ar literatūrinės pusės - tai jau darosi priimtina ir nesvetima. Juk kažkas turi būt [...]

    19. Ey Bukowski, al sana benden bir dört yılız, şişenin dibindeki az viski ve güzelinden yarım kadeh Fransız şarabı. Hadi iyisin bugün de.Çarpanlarına ayırınca elde kalanlar:kasabanin en güzel kiziCesaret sıkma makinesiYirmi beş bejmürde sefil

    20. وصلت لصفحة 100 وفشلت في محاولة الاستمتاع أو حتى الوصول للهدف من القراءةليس هناك سوى حديث عن عبثية الحياة ولا جدواها وممارسة العهر.

    21. " العظيم بوكوفسكي في " أجمل نساء المدينة و قصص أخرى كلما قرأت بوكوفسكي، أجد نفسي عاريا أمام نفسي أولا، أكتشف بشاعتي، و قذارتي الجميلة نعم هذا كل ما في الأمر، السيد شارلز هنري بوكوفسكي، يجعلك تحب الحياة القذرة، الصعلكة و الذوق الراقيفبالرغم من حياة التشرد و الملابس الرثة التي [...]

    22. ثلاثية المراجعات السيئة لهذه المجموعة القصصية وقرائتي لنبذة عن محتواها الغير معتاد عليه (الجنس) في قبال شهرة الكاتب دفعتني لقراءة هذه المجموعة القصصية حاولت بجد أن أعبر إلى أعمق ما هو ظاهر هذه القصص القصيرة وأن أتجاوز حاجز المحتوى الجنسي الغير معهود في الرويات التي نقرأها ع [...]

    23. Needless to say Bukovski is blunt and unapologetic. This book is a collection of stories and in my opinion some are better than others. Ones are extraordinary by the hidden thought, perspective of people that most of us cannot easily relate to, political statements, or cruelty. At the same time, others are simply not appropriate and written in a way that meant to shock the reader just for a sake of shocking. This book is interesting if we think of the time Bukovski brought these ideas up, howeve [...]

    24. კასი ყველაზე ლამაზი გოგო იყო მთელ ქალაქში.

    25. يستطيع بوكوفسكي أن يكتب قصة جيدة بكأس نبيذ وعاهرة.

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