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CHARLES BUKOWSKI WRITING
STYLES IN YOU GET
SO ALONE AT
TIMES THAT IT JUST MAKES SENSE
The point-of-view of You Get So Alone At Times That It Just Makes
Sense is first-person. By and large every poem is told from
the subject position of the author’s frequent alter-ego Chinaski.
Chinaski is a hard-drinking, misogynistic poet in his middle age.
He has grown from a raging id to a slightly detached ego.
Much of the collection is dedicated to his analyzing of past
debaucheries and excesses. The gist of experience has allowed
Chinaski to understand the meaning of these jags. In particular,
our poet understands acutely the meaning of his decade-long
hiatus from writing. His ten years of drinking and traveling,
discussed in several works, were education for his career
as a poet. The voice of every one of these pieces is brusque,
authoritative, confrontational, and weary, a portrait
of a hard-liver past his prime.
There are two distinct exceptions regarding the identity...