Hard without music
· The story ·
What with alcohol, the
street and women; between a world on the outskirts described in colourful
language with an extraordinary skill for analysis; between an existence of
exasperated excesses and the criticism of snobbish respectability; in thousands of pages, brilliant in parts and
pernickety at times, women you don’t expect make their entrance: here, two
women religious. In his short story Hard
without music the writer Charles Bukowski – who was born in
St. Peter’s Square
Nov. 12, 2019
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