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Is Charles Bukowski A Great Artist?

A reader writes: Dear Ray Harvey: Is Charles Bukowski a great artist? — Billy Badass Dear Billy Badass: No, he’s not. Bukowski is too sloppy to be a great artist. He lacks vision. He lacks depth and he lacks focus. Reading him, one is reminded of Truman Capote’s criticism of Jack Kerouac’s On the Road: “That’s not…

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