Henry Charles Bukowski, Jr.
This cynical person has a deep love and appreciation for alcohol, women, and gambling.
This character is an attractive self-mutilator who proudly shows of his or her scars, and eventually commits suicide.
Joe and Cherry Hyans
These characters run a controversial business which only deepens their turbulent relationship with each other.
Thurman, Charlie, and George
These characters are immensely strong laborers who enjoy intimidating others out of a job.
This character is a mysterious figure whose tearful eyes compel a stranger to try to find him or her.
This character is an abusive pimp in Life in a Texas Whorehouse.
Henry Markson Jones II and Sarah Jones
These characters get married amid warnings to one that his or her future spouse is a witch.
Dr. Von Brashlitz and Tanya
These characters are bound in a master-and-slave relationship until one of...
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