Post Office by Charles Bukowski
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Bukowski (part 3) expertly describes the lives of the Pabst Drunken Sailor; the man who is sauteed in their own fat juices and slowly brought to a cooked ending. Yum! Post Office is a memoir of his sorted twelve year career in the Post Office, he also describes his life with lovely bar debutantes. We, the reader, hope he does not get syphilis from all the cunnilingus; tonging his way to a good time. We also hope that his horse comes in and he ends up the winner in a crowd of losers. Bukowski used what he learned from reading Henri Miller, to become an authentic, reality smoked, writer. It is safe to say that, in his prose, his horse finally came in!?
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