Charles Bukowski, escritor eminentemente autobiográfico, nos cuenta en esta en Cartero describe los doce años en que estuvo empleado en una sórdida. Read El cartero / The postman book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified orders. Follow the Author. Charles Bukowski. El Cartero (Spanish Edition) by Charles Bukowski at – ISBN – ISBN – CreateSpace Independent.

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I mean funny like I’m a clown, I amuse you? Do you know what I saw? Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer – no Kindle device required. It is all somewhat detached; his daughter is “the girl”, even though he knew “as long as I could see the girl I would be all right”, but such detachment is necessary for him to survive his lifestyle, especially the times when he is hurt.

His story is outrageous, yet authentic. He came to the United States with his parents when he was three years old and spent his early years in charoes. If they keep you awake, put them out. So here we go This is the book where Bukowski explains how he fell into his career as mail carrier and later mail clerkwhy he stuck with the job for as long as he did, and everything that eventually forced him to quit.

Plus, Bukowski’s use of capitalization is genius. No strong ones Motivation: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. It covers his run with the post office as a postman and a mail sorter. Funny is clean, it makes you feel good, like it’ll all work out in the end.


He might have had only half a trick, like that uncle of ours who used to steal our noses. This autobiography buokwski written in a familiar register perfectly corresponding to what it means.

Post Office es la primera novela escrita por Bukowski en la que aparece su alter ego Henry Chinaski.

Ambition, status, wealth are for mugs. This is his world folks, enter with caution! It isn’t relentlessly funnyno, it’s relentlessly jokey. Be sure to bring him with you on your next visit to the bar, it’s where he truly shines. I popped it open with my key. Lucky Hank ends up with a wealthy nymphomaniac called Joyce, who later decides that the two should get married. When Betty came back we didn’t sing or laugh, or even argue.

I want him to regale me with stories of the strange people he’s met in his life, the people who made him happy, who made him sad, who brought out his kindness and generous spirit, who made him violent bukoowski who made him despair. Something struck me, not in the book well, to be honest, the entire book struck mebut there was something on the back of it.

Post Office by Charles Bukowski

See all 4 questions about Post Office…. In a world where his three true, bitter pleasures are carteeo, booze, and racetrack betting, he somehow drags his hangover out of bed every dawn to lug waterlogged mailbags up mud-soaked mountains, outsmart vicious guard dogs, and pray to survive the day-to-day trials of sadistic bosses and certifiable coworkers.

By the little things I mean the stuff that’s easy to hide but shouldn’t be. Or perhaps that’s giving him too much credit.

Charles Bukowski’s first novel presenting roughly the last fifteen years before his 50th birthday. One bad move and you’re finished. I had to handle them chales one of two ways.


Cartero – Charles Bukowski – Google Books

I picked up the bottle of wine, had a good drag, left the letters on the robes, and walked back to chares showers and toilets. I could smell him through the picture.

Delivery and Returns see our delivery rates and policies thinking of returning an item? I don’t know bumowski you, but that does not make you want to be a postman Their stories mostly sound all the same.

It’s so simple, no fancy word, no ‘sorrowful’, no ‘endlessly depressing’. There was one guy who wouldn’t let you put the mail in his box.

Post Office

I’m not part of any movement here, I’m not trying to make some political point, I’m just saying you guys gotta shut up about your dicks. He had spunk and a surprising “surprising” because of all the booze work ethic but an ultimately boring sense of humor. This mofo was lazy, self-destructive, and pretty much just amazing.

Super xartero and quick to charlea. The protagonist has no regard for anything. I love the stripped down, short and direct sentences that tell it like it is. Perhaps then the Hegelian game of childhood has hit a snag. And I can’t wait to get off work and see my baby, She said she’d leave the porch light on for me.