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  • Love is a dog from hell

    يوليو 27, 2017

    Love is a dog from hell

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    Bukowski, the poet that not even translation betrays him, this is how I found Bukowski. An amazing poet that has rich soiled land in which he can plow however he wants according to his rich dictionary, and its enormous space yields him great production, even though some of his writings words isn’t taken from old English but rather from modern English or papers English, and he intentionally do so, so he chooses easier words and rather pour his focus on the poetic image.

     

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    The loneliness that’s caused by marginalization has remained for many years between him and America’s critics, that they didn’t even count him to any group that thrives with literaturic life not to mention he was independent except of himself; so he distend himself from any institutionalized or governmental representation and rather remained loyal to the proletariat oppressed class.

     

    The poet has to be free from everything or else…the poet won’t fly.

     

    Bukowski had his own technique in books that his poetics impacted his narratives that his novels seemed poetic deepened in good narration far from any trace of a plot, in return, novels, the dialogue mode, and the multi personality in poetic texts has given him another dimension even though that’s not innovative in poetry but it was one of his poetic marks.

     

    His clear care for the oppressed class gives him points on the humane side and the intellectual orientation; As a reader however I wouldn’t want to read a collection that all of its poems addresses one subject only like his collections that are written for the poor, oppression and the destitute. So, from a few collections his language started to be repetitive, despite different portrayed images, and his subjects started to get repetitive, despite different portrayed images also, and he was prolonging a single text on the expense of language. But the poetic image stays to be his differentiating mark.

     

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