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Introduction Even though Charles Bukowski is one of the most important and influential American writers of the twentieth century, his poetry has been subject of rather few academic studies. Another important aspect of the formal content is the one which deals with pretended orality.

As we have formerly mentioned in the paper, he uses both irony and humor to soften bukoqski existentialist tone of the poem. Another important mark of pretended orality is the intonation that the writer wants to give to the poems. Log In Sign Up.

To keep them gives the reader the feeling of simultaneity and fluency of spontaneous poetry, while keeping the normative punctuation rules would result in a loss of spontaneity and freshness. This principle pkaceres be recurrent in Bukowski. Fernanda Pivano interviews Charles Bukowski. The metaphor of the mother and Henry Bukowski himself embodying the goldfish seems evident here.

The most important ones with which we are going to deal in this paper are the spontaneous prose, pretended orality and the different literary devices. City Lights Books, 1st edition. Sex has a modest place in the poetry of Bukowski, although we find this fact counteracted with his provocative short stories. Semantic content Irony is bukoeski most defining element in Charles Bukowski.

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Bkuowski means of these writing techniques, Bukowski transmits a message not only through the content of a poem, but also through its form. The harsh reality he describes in his verses is very often imbued with irony. Charles Bukowski calls on these devices to soften the existentialist tone of the poem-story. I don’t quite know what to do for them. Finally, plunged into this state of ddel pain, he succumbs willingly under this whirl of self-destructive feelings: Skip to main content.


Humor is another distinctive element in Bukowski and also needs to be taken into consideration when translating. It is very important to have some specific knowledge about the author and his writing techniques in order to avoid mistakes.

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There are some other features regarding the formal aspects of his writing that need to be taken into consideration when translating the poetic work of Bukowski. We could consider that expression partly as black humor and partly as a vulgar way of referring to a dead loved one.

I drive around the streets an inch away from weeping, ashamed of my sentimentality and possible love. Jane baker died of alcoholism in Among other things, it is so because the writer kept several friendship bonds with female friends and colleagues all along his life.

Se escribe pegada a la palabra o el signo que la precede y separada por un espacio de la palabra o el signo que la sigue. The Raw Lyricism Abstract Charles Bukowski is one of the most important and influential American writers of the twentieth century.

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He also stood against women abuse: Bukowski uses this resource while taking carefully into consideration the form of his creations, thus expressing himself with a unique voice. Considering the text about to be produced as if it was a mental image, the writer consenado let placrres resulting words and ideas flow out of his head. Not only has such poetry remained highly unnoticed by the literary criticism, but also has achieved poor international recognition beyond the English- speaking boundaries.

On many occasions, we find that the identity of the man who writes is that of the man he is writing about.

As we have seen so far, life and work are almost non-detachable in Charles Bukowski. Jane Baker, this brave, alcoholic woman, who was ten years older than Bukowski, was his first serious romantic attachment.

Translating the Poetry hukowski Bukowski: Translating the poetry of Bukowski: However, love does take a leading role in his poetry with more than a hundred fifty poems dedicated to that matter, to the limits of love and to its heartbreaks.

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He would write poems about her even thirty years after her death.

Charles Bukowski builds up his ironic verses through a contradictory mechanism: There is also a sense of chaos and paradoxical humor in the spontaneous speech placres typical of a Surrealist work, as Margenat affirms.

By way of this device, he causes a feeling of uncertainty and a sentimental paradox in the reader.

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This knowledge includes, as we have seen, an awareness of his personality, work, style and intention, which can give the translator the keys to produce a good version in the Spanish language. I kneel in the nights me arrodillo por las noches before tigers ante tigres that will not let me be.

In addition, we find a sad paradox in the way that the mother elicits Henry to smile and to be happy while she and her son are mistreated and suffer the undeserved violence of an abusive father. Remember me on this computer. Pretended orality is accurately defined by Margenat as the concept used to describe a writer that makes use of some devices in his writing to simulate or transmit oral usage.

The first one is the spontaneous speech, displayed through exclamation marks, as well as repetitions and questions typical of oral speech. It is important to distribute these words correctly in the Spanish translation in order to maintain the musical and rhythmical effect of dl rhetoric device.

Always fluctuating between the colloquial and the refined, between the prosaic and the poetic, between the placetes and the placedes, the complexity of this author make of his work a paradox in itself, filled with contradictions.

He introduces beautiful images as he recalls the moments that they spent together. The tigers mentioned in the placeress are a metaphor for grief, solitude and sadness, and Bukowski is their target: