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    Literary

    Sep-2014

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    General Fiction

    Sep-2012

    Published for the first time in English, Paris 1928 (Nexus II) continues in true Henry Miller fashion the narrative begun in Nexus, the third volume of the Rosy Crucifixion trilogy. A rough draft that Miller ultimately abandoned, the story describes ...

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    General Fiction

    Sep-2010

    •This e-book publication is unique which includes biography and Illustrations. •A new table of contents has been included by the publisher. •This edition has b.een corrected for spelling and grammatical errors...

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    General Fiction

    Aug-2010

    The best of Miller’s chapbooks bound into a single roaring volume. Resembling a musical sextet where no two instruments are the same, but all instruments blend to form a single sound, Henry Miller’s Sextet combines six jive-talkin’, fresh, and ...

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    General Fiction

    Dec-2007

    This tender and nostalgic work dates from the same period as Tropic of Cancer (1934). It is a celebration of love, art, and the Bohemian life at a time when the world was simpler and slower, and Miller an obscure, penniless young writer in Paris. Whe...

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    General Fiction

    Jun-2004

    Slud Gulch has problems. The mine is petering out. Violence rules. Bunny and Claude have their hands full keeping what passes for law and order in the community. Farmer John, Bark Fangmonster and the three Coyote brothers are on a rampage and the cas...

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    General Fiction

    Aug-1995

    Presents the original 1934 text, which was banned in the United States until 1961, and follows the author's often scathing prose, punctuated with graphic sexual observations, in which he criticizes moral hypocrisy and conformist behaviors. Original....

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    General Fiction

    Apr-1995

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    General Fiction

    Mar-1994

    Continuing the subversive self-revelation begun in Tropic of Cancer and Tropic of Capricorn, Henry Miller takes readers along a mad, free-associating journey from the damp grime of his Brooklyn youth to the sun-splashed cafes and squalid flats of Par...

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    Literary

    Feb-1994

    In 1930 Henry Miller moved from New York to Paris, leaving behind — at least temporarily — his tempestuous marriage to June Smith and a novel that had sprung from his anguish over her love affair with a mysterious woman named Jean Kronski. Begun ...

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    Literary

    Feb-1994

    Uncovered along with Crazy Cock in 1988 by Miller biographer Mary V. Dearborn, Moloch emerged from the misery of Miller's years at Western Union and from the squalor of his first marriage. Set in the rapidly changing New York City of the early twenti...

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    Literary

    Feb-1994

    Nexus, the last book of Henry Miller's epic trilogy The Rosy Crucifixion, is widely considered to be one of the landmarks of American fiction. In it, Miller vividly recalls his many years as a down-and-out writer in New York City, his friends, mistre...

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    Literary

    Feb-1994

    The first book of a trilogy of novels known collectively as "The Rosy Crucifixion." It is autobiographical and tells the story of Miller's first tempestuous marriage and his relentless sexual exploits in New York. The other books are "Plexus" and "Ne...

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    Literary

    Feb-1994

    Banned in America for almost thirty years because of its explicit sexual content, this companion volume to Miller’s Tropic of Cancer chronicles his life in 1920s New York City. Famous for its frank portrayal of life in Brooklyn’s ethnic neighborh...

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    General Fiction

    Mar-1985

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    Literary

    Feb-1974

    First published in 1959, this touching fable tells of Auguste, a famous clown who could make people laugh but who sought to impart to his audiences a lasting joy. Originally inspired by a series of circus and clown drawings by the cubist painter Fema...

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    General Fiction

    Jan-1970

    His stories and essays celebrate those rare individuals (famous and obscure) whose creative resilience and mere existence oppose the mechanization of minds and souls. In 1939, after ten years as an expatriate, Henry Miller returned to the United Stat...

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    General Fiction

    Jan-1970

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    General Fiction

    Jun-1969

    Book annotation not available for this title...Title: .The Henry Miller Reader..Author: .Miller, Henry/ Durrell, Lawrence..Publisher: .W W Norton & Co Inc..Publication Date: .1969/06/01..Number of Pages: .397..Binding Type: .PAPERBACK..Library of Con...

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    General Fiction

    Jul-1962

    One of Henry Miller's most luminous statements of his personal philosophy of life, Stand Still Like the Hummingbird, provides a symbolic title for this collection of stories and essays. Many of them have appeared only in foreign magazines while other...

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    General Fiction

    Sep-1961

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    General Fiction

    Feb-1961

    This collection, first published by New Directions in 1939, contains a number of Henry Miller's most important shorter prose writings. They are taken from the Paris books Black Spring (1936) and Max and the White Phagocytes (1938) and were for the mo...

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    General Fiction

    Jul-1956

    “A perfect expression of Miller’s moral perspective as well as one of his outstanding demonstrations of narrative skill. It provides a wonderful cinematic view of two indomitable egotists in deadly conflict.” ―The Nation The devil in Henry Mi...

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    General Fiction

    Jan-1944

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    General Fiction

    Jan-1942

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    Literary

    Tired of his demeaning job and tempestuous marriage, Dion Moloch, an anti-Semite living in Brooklyn during the 1920s, escapes to the streets and battles against a world that threatens to destroy him. 12,500 first printing....

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    General Fiction

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