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Giving Bukowski His Due,” predicts that Bukowski will be read far into the 21st century. Chapter Two, iconoclasf Among the Autobiographers,” pursues Bukowski’s comprehensive autobiographical project. Bukowski’s Bildungsroman, Ham on Rye, shows Chinaski as victim, practitioner, and critic of male violence, with the last role figuring into his other work too.

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Chapter Autobiogdapher, “Problems of Masculinity: Other editions – View all Charles Bukowski: Chapter Four, “Bukowski vs. Harnessing Timothy Dow Adams’ concept of “strategic lying,” the chapter follows Bukowski’s thinly veiled personae through three stages-first through the attention-getting “Dirty Old Man,” then responding to the attention and re defining himself, finally culminating in “Henry Chinaski,” the hero of Bukowski’s five autobiographical novels.

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Charles Bukowski: Autobiographer, Gender Critic, Iconoclast

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Charles Bukowski: Autobiographer, Gender Critic, Iconoclast

Autobiographer, Gender Critic, Iconoclast. Bukowski vs Institution Art. Buy his books before you buy this one. Bukowski’s Bildungsroman, Ham on Rye, shows Chinaski as victim, practitioner, and critic of male violence, with the last role figuring into his other work too.

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Charles Bukowski disliked academics, as this academic and readable book points out from page one onward of its introduction, “Charles Bukowski vs. Harnessing Timothy Dow Adams’ concept of “strategic lying,” the chapter follows Bukowski’s thinly veiled personae through three stages-first through the attention-getting “Dirty Old Man,” then responding to the attention and re defining himself, finally culminating in “Henry Chinaski,” the hero of Bukowski’s five autobiographical novels.

As general postmodern phenomenon, he blends the democratic accessibility of populist writing with the adventurous gesturing of the avant-garde, and the result is direct, daring, truthful, and funny.