Synopses & Reviews
Audio Book exploring a cult personality. Though an alcoholic and a compulsive gambler, Charles Bukowski wrote some of the most insightful prose and poetry of this century and had the gift to reveal a difficult life with alarming candour. This recording profiles the man whom Jean-Paul Sartre described as "Americas greatest poet". This biography is interspersed with recordings he made during his life, discussing his work, his gambling, his drinking and, of course, his women.