Tales Of Ordinary Madness
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As a counter-culture writer, emphasizing the pointless mundane activities of modern day life, M.J. Poynter openly attacks social conformity illustrating its effects upon the human spirit through acts of temporary insanity. Based largely upon personal exp
Bukowski and the Beats is an extended essay (14,000 words) examining the life and work of Charles Bukowski. As a solitary writer of drunkenness and despair, Bukowski's tales of ordinary madness have inspired many readers to recognise a sense of heroism wi
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Do restless, violent, unseen vapors haunt the houses where terrible things have occurred? See for yourself, in these four fearsome tales of the supernatural from New Dominion Picture's "A Haunting" series. Each eerie one-hour episode features cinematic re-enactments and chilling eyewitness accounts. A Victorian house whose ghostly occupants detest change, faces of evil that appear in the night, malicious spirits that drive people to the brink of madness; these are true accounts of ordinary people caught in the web of sinister supernatural inhabitants of what should be their safest places - their own homes! Includes: "The Forgotten", "The Attic", "Fear House" and "Hidden Terror".
Unmasks the tough, street-smart persona of Charles Bukowski America's "Ultimate Outsider" Amazing letters filled with passionate, literary, and personal observation Insights into the author of Tales of Ordinary Madness, Notes of a Dirty Old Man, and Ru
"He loads his head full of coal and diamonds shoot out of his finger tips. What a trick. The mole genius has left us with another digest. It's a full house - read 'em and weep." - Tom Waits Inspired by D.H. Lawrence, Chekhov, and Hemingway, Bukowski's writing is passionate and extreme - his life was as weird and wild as the tales he wrote. His first work came from the 1960s Los Angeles underground press, and yet he became regarded as one of one of America's greatest poets and realist novelists.