Ham on Rye
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Ham on Rye is a semi-autobiographical story of the early years of Charles Bukowski’s alter ego Henry Chinaski. It is a finely written and honest account of the painful childhood of a boy marked out from his peers.
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- All a guy needed was a chance. Somebody was always controlling who got a chance and who didn’t.