Приказни за обичното лудило

  • Title: Приказни за обичното лудило
  • Author: Charles Bukowski
  • ISBN: 9786082210124
  • Page: 408
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Autumn

      i was first introduced to this book in the bathroom of a one-night-stand's house. i tried to delay the sex part, because i was actually more interested in the book than the guy but i was eventually overtaken. nonetheless, i went and bought the book the following week.

    2. Roula

      Χωρις πολλα λογια, Μπουκοφσκι σε μεγαλα κεφια.ενα απο τα καλυτερα βιβλια του που εχω διαβασει με απολαυστικα διηγηματα, γεματα απο ολα αυτα τα στοιχεια που τον χαρακτηριζουν

    3. Cbj

      Bukowski is in the form of his life here. Every single story hits you hard. Most of them aren't more than 5 pages long. But the impact is tremendous. Basically Bukowski has just one story. That of the down and out, hard drinking and alienated vagabond who spews out some incredible social commentary. There are some gems like the one about guys with clean kitchens. And this wonderful line ".ldrums of mechanical people in a mechanical act, trying to tickle their cement souls back into life with a s [...]

    4. Kyriakos Sorokkou

      This was one of those rare books that made me laugh out loud, with my heart; and yet behind these funny moments a grim reality was lurking underneath. The first time I saw Bukowski's photo, for a moment I thought he was the prolific Greek poet Yannis Ritsos and then I realised he was not. But beside the beard and the long wavy hair and their prolific writing careers they don't seem to share anything else.Ritsos is more lyrical more benign in his writing.Bukowski is more straightforward, with an [...]

    5. Indra Mangule

      I simply love Bukowski. He belonged to a world I dont quite understand and he disliked people on such a high level - it confuses me. He describes a universe, where all things are wrong and where meaning of going on seems as dubious as the claim that one can come out of this life still being sane.And yet, there are too many familiarities in what Bukowski says. I can sympathise to what he is saying or rather, what he seems to be feeling. Though the source of his impressions is different from mine, [...]

    6. StevenGodin

      Even though I am a big fan of Bukowski's novels I think his Strength was definitely in short stories and this collection has got everything you would come to expect from the master of low life literature, from the booze, women, cheap cigars and poetry reading to the drunken outbursts, lewd behaviour, betting on the horses and dead end jobs it's all there, and if I could choose any drinking buddy dead or alive there is no contest (I can almost picture the scene now with me probably waking up in t [...]

    7. LW

      Forse un genio , forse un barbone Difficile a dirsi .Di sicuro uno che scrive di se stesso e beve (sempre) troppo.Una scrittura diretta , rude , sgrammaticata (o è la traduzione? boh!)a volte "sconcia" , che riesce a farti respirare a fondo il tanfo dell'alcool e dello squallore e dell'emarginazione e della solitudine.e se non mancano sprazzi di poesia.Il libro inizia con questo racconto:La piú bella donna della cittàCass era la piú giovane e la piú bella di 5 sorelle. Cass era la piú bell [...]

    8. Ray

      I couldn't get into this book. I really liked Post Office but this one left me cold. I felt that the quality was patchy - a few of the stories I really liked, but some appeared to me to be dashed off at speed or written just to shock.

    9. Henry Martin

      Bukowski – the man, the myth, the legend. I’ve been reading Bukowski’s works on and off for the past 25+ years, and I have yet to find it boring. Tales of Ordinary Madness is a collection of 34 short stories, some fictional, some less so, and some downright out of his own, unique life. Unlike his other, pseudo-autobiographical works, or his other short story collections, this one was harder to read than most. Not because of the subject matter – after 25 years I know what to expect from h [...]

    10. FrancoSantos

      Muy pocos relatos me gustaron de este libro. No obstante, volveré a intentarlo con este autor.

    11. Aaron Maddox

      i learned that even the most obstruct, vile, deepest tretches of a mans soul based on views of things you and i avoid yet confront reluctantly in our evryday lifes can be depicted as art.i began eating away at this book as a way to pass time while sittingg in a texas county jail. i had no idea what i was getting my self into, let alone who the fuck charles bukowski was. but it opened my eyes to the true beauty some beat poets have to offere way he includes himself into his stories of other men t [...]

    12. Anatoly

      Never really read anything like that. It`s dark (although usually, humorously) and pessimistic, with Bukowski (or his fictional alter egos) always making sure to hit rock bottom. There is no real connection between the stories (which are not all equal in quality, with some being better than others) except for the main motives- drinking, swearing, sex and the occasional law breaking or in other words, the life of a drunk and a dirty old man. This is not for the faint of heart!

    13. Rafal

      Bukowskiego wolę zdecydowanie w długich formach powieściowych. Jego opowiadania to często bardziej felietony, takie lekko bełkotliwe obserwacje zdegenerowanego życia przez zdegenerowanego człowieka. I to ma swój urok, ale czasem jest męczące a czasem po prostu nudne. Takie miałem uczucie czytając niektóre opowiadania z tego tomu. Ale jednocześnie co jakiś czas zdarzają się absolutne perełki surrealistycznego, dosadnego humoru, które czyta się z wielką przyjemnością. W tym [...]

    14. Emily

      This was my introduction to Bukowski. A friend loaned me this book after reading a short story I wrote, telling me that I would probably enjoy it.As I read it, a strange feeling came over me. It was the feeling of excitement knowing that I was reading something brilliant mixed with the feeling that I got when I saw Hustler Magazine for the first time. I think it describes Bukowski's work perfectly. His words are both beautiful and debauched at the same time. Still one of my favorite books.

    15. Víctor

      Aunque estoy convencido de que hay lecturas positivas que te ayudan ha vivir, y hay lecturas negativas que te oscurecen el acto existencial, creo que es necesario mirar en ambos sentidos. Hay que ser higiénicos y hay que embarrarse en lodo de vez en cuando. Bukowski es chapotear en fango: divertido, sarcástico, irónico, deprimente, destructivo, nada para tomarse en serio. La receta es la misma: pobreza, alcoholisimo, mujeres-carne, el heroísmo en el vacío existencial.

    16. Valentin Gheonea

      Eterna poveste a inculturii traducatorilor. In cazul nostru o traducatoare care nu a auzit de Elixirul dragostei de Donizetti si il traduce prin Elixirul iubirii, la fel, in loc de Rapsodia albastra - Rapsodia in albastru. Ma indispun cumplit genul asta de rateuri. Editura este Polirom, banuiesc ca e aceeasi traducere.

    17. Ginny_1807

      È difficile valutare dal punto di vista letterario questi racconti, nei quali vengono sovvertiti tutti i canoni compositivi e grafici tradizionali, in una ripetizione ossessiva di temi, situazioni ed eccessi che talora si sospetta volti soprattutto a stupire, provocare e scandalizzare; ma soprattutto è difficile scindere il giudizio qualitativo dell’opera da quello personale sull’autore, poiché ad essere oggetto del giudizio del lettore è essenzialmente lui, Charles Bukowski. Persona o p [...]

    18. Roberto

      Il libro è costituito da racconti che descrivono, con una scrittura forzatamente volgare, la vita di Charles Bukowski. Dai racconti emerge uno scrittore sempre senza soldi, che pensa solamente ad andare all'ippodromo, ad ubriacarsi e al sesso in tutte le sue forme. Questi "argomenti" sono esposti in modo ripetitivo, prevedibile ed anche, talvolta, disgustoso. Bukowski non si fa scrupoli nel raccontarci come fa sesso (in tutti i modi ed in ogni momento), come si ubriaca (sempre), come si svuota [...]

    19. Julie Rylie

      Bukowski, Bukowski even though this guy uses mostly the same topics on his books there is something about it that draws me again and again and again to it like I'm addicted. And I have to say in terms of exposing his mind and philosophizing about various topics this book for me it's the one that is most well written (among the ones I have read so far of course). I've underlined some quotes and lines of thought that I want to add to the quotes here later. There is a lot of talk about the race tra [...]

    20. Patve

      Ufff. este libro ha sido una pasada.Bukowski puede golpearte, asquearte, emocionarte, deprimirte y hacerte reír , todo de una vez ha de ser por eso que un escritor malditoHay algunos relatos muy flojos. pero hay otros que son notablesY uno en particular, que fue muy difícil de digerir pedofilia es un tema complicadísimo para mí.y no puedo con él

    21. Chris

      once upon a time, in a shitshack bookstore not unlike so many other shitshack bookstores, a life-long love was forged. employed at this store was a strapping young lad named chris. bright-eyed. bushy-tailed. boneheaded. and enamored with the wealth of books surrounding him. he was perplexed as where to even begin looking for the good stuff, and he’d often scour the place after business hours. labyrinthine shelves. stocked endcaps. free-standing or pop-up displays. a pile of books here and ther [...]

    22. Jovi Ene

      Povestirile lui Bukowski nu-l mai au în prim-plan pe Chinaski, ci cu totul alte personaje, inclusiv pe unul Bukowski, dar cu același tipic: băutură (anti-droguri!), femei, arta de a scrie, singurătate și dorința de a reuși (oriunde, chiar și la cursele de cai).Este clar că Bukowski nu poate plăcea oricui, pentru că ascunde și multă mizerie, și singurătate, și misoginism, și duritate sau violență. Dar talentul său este neîndoielnic și veți ieși schimbați din această exp [...]

    23. Craig Stone

      I lost this book when I was about 50 pages from the end. I think I might have left it in the gym - which is probably some sort of Bukowskian sin. I'll read those last pages one day, but I knew from half way in that this was a five star book. I love Bukowski. I love his tales of ordinary madness. Though, of course, the madness isn't ordinary because Bukowski wasn't like most people.He drinks his way through the book, offending the world around him, offending himself reads like a bewildered kid tr [...]

    24. Bausertron

      This wasn't an amazing, blow you away book, but is that what you would really expect going into it? I've read a handful of Bukowski novels before and I've liked them even though some of their honesty makes me cringe now and again.This is a selection of short stories, mostly autobiographical, and I found them delightful and easy to digest. I've never read any of Bukowski's poetry, but he does a good job at truncated writing. Little blurbs of thought and ponderings of things instead of forcing a l [...]

    25. Tfitoby

      He writes well, this much is obvious, but I really just didn't care about reading what felt like the same 'story' over and over again.I enjoyed his writerly voice, the tone of the prose, the attitude of it all, it was so dirty and real as you would expect of somebody influence so obviously by Ernest Hemingway but, and maybe it is because of these expectations that I didn't love it, I was expecting more, something to make me want to keep turning the pages, plot maybe? And if that's so then I gues [...]

    26. Ryan

      I was looking for something new (to me) in the early 90's and some dweeb in a Brentano's recommended this to me because Bukowski has died months before. I hate discovering something great just after the author has died. I also hate people saying how great some author (or artist) was after they die, but they never had much to say while the author was still alive. Anyway, this is one of his two greatest novels.

    27. PinkCoffee

      Turiu pripažinti, kad tikrai užtrukau, kol šią knygą baigiau. Jei ne užklupusi nesiliaujanti nemiga, kuri prilygta lengvam ,,beprotybės" jausmui, šios Bukio kūrinių kolekcijos gal ir apskritai nebūčiau daugiau į rankas paėmusi. Nesutinku, kad būtent šioje knygoje atsiskleidžia visas autoriaus talentas. Daugybė apsakymų ganėtinai kartojasi, tad galiausiai pasidaro nuobodoka, per daug nuspėjama, o jei vis tik užsikabini, netrukus istorija baigiasi. Kaip visada, rašytojo stil [...]

    28. Agent of Fortune

      Буковски. Всички го почитат и възхваляват. Малко хора си позволяват да говорят за крайно сексистките му коментари, които не просто ми се набиват твърде много на очи, ами и ми ги избиват В цялата книга се повтаря история след история за изнасилвания и как нашият приятел не мо [...]

    29. Frahorus

      Charles Bukowski è un autore che spiazza: o piace o si odia. Io lo conobbi per caso in biblioteca scegliendo casualmente Panino al prosciutto, una sorta di biografia della sua vita. Ecco, se ancora non conoscete questo autore particolare e sopra le righe, vi consiglio di partire leggendo proprio Panino al prosciutto. Ho piacevolmente ritrovato un autore che mi mancava, del quale ti affezioni, nonostante il suo stile forte e brusco. Questa raccolta di racconti (scritti tra il 1967 e il 1972) ci [...]

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