Gundolf S. Freyermuth "That's It."

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"That's It."

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"That's it", portrait of Charles Bukowski combines interview and reporting with literary criticism. It renders a final and lasting picture of Charles Bukowski and assesses his importance as a writer. A "must read" for Bukowski fans.

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Gundolf S. Freyermuth is the author of three novels, and eight non-fiction books, all written and published in German. He studied comparative literature and worked as senior editor and reporter for stern, Tempo and other German magazines. His ca. 300 essays, articles, and short stories have appeared in major German magazines and newspapers. In 1989, he moved to the US. His English writing credits include articles for the Los Angeles Times, Buzz, and Telepolis. Currently, he is completing work on a book exploring the digital future of the Arts and popular entertainment. Gundolf, his wife Elke and their two children Leon and George live on a ranch in the White Mountains of Eastern Arizona.

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