A NovelBook - 2002
"Post Office, Charles Bukowski's highly autobiographical first novel which was published in 1971, has sold over a million copies worldwide and has been translated into a dozen languages. It is a hilarious, lurid account of the central character Henry Chinaski's hand-to-mouth world of beer, one-night stands and race-tracks, interspersed with grim details of life working for the Post Office. Satre has called Bukowski "the best poet in America"."--Publisher.
Publisher: New York : Ecco, 2002, c1971
Characteristics: 196 p. : port. ; 23 cm
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