Chinaskiappears in All poems - This character is a crude poet with a cult following.
Chinaski's Fatherappears in retired, my non-ambitious ambition, education - This character is an all-American man featured prominently in several poems.
Chinaski's Motherappears in education - This character is a meek, quiet woman who is easily overpowered by larger personalities.
Janeappears in bumming the Jane, I thought the stuff tasted worse than usua - This character is the protagonist's lover during much of his decade-long hiatus from writing.
Chinaski's Wifeappears in zero, supposedly famous, it's funny, isn't it? #1, wearing t - This character, at the time that the author writes these poems, is a largely silent figure though she is frequently referenced in the collection.
The Man in the Brown Suitappears in the man in the brown suit - This character works at the protagonist's bank.
Joe O'Brienappears in a magician, gone... -...
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