Tales of Ordinary Madness

Who is Gordon from Tales of Ordinary Madness and what is their importance?

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Most believe that the character of Gordon, from Tales of Ordinary Madness, is a stand in for the author, Bukowski, himself. Like Bukowski he is a drunk and alone. He practically falls into Carol's doorstep, then falls in love with her. She adds him to her 'zoo'.