Henry Miller

The Wisdom Of The Heart

Fiction by Henry Miller

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Sextet

Nonfiction by Henry Miller

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The Colossus Of Maroussi

Nonfiction by Henry Miller

With a contribution by Will Self Ian S. MacNiven

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Sunday After The War

Nonfiction by Henry Miller

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The Book Of Friends

Nonfiction by Henry Miller

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A Devil in Paradise

Fiction by Henry Miller

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Aller Retour New York

Fiction by Henry Miller

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Into the Heart of Life

Fiction by Henry Miller

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Letters To Emil

Nonfiction by Henry Miller

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From Your Capricorn Friend

Fiction by Henry Miller

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Just Wild About Harry

Theater by Henry Miller

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The Smile At The Foot Of The Ladder

Fiction by Henry Miller

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The Air-Conditioned Nightmare

Fiction by Henry Miller

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The Cosmological Eye

Fiction by Henry Miller

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The Henry Miller Reader

Fiction by Henry Miller

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Stand Still Like The Hummingbird

Fiction by Henry Miller

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Henry Miller On Writing

Nonfiction by Henry Miller

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The Time of the Assassins

Nonfiction by Henry Miller

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The Books In My Life

Nonfiction by Henry Miller

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Remember To Remember

Fiction by Henry Miller

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Big Sur and the Oranges Of Hieronymus Bosch

Fiction by Henry Miller

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Laziness in the Fertile Valley

Fiction by Albert Cossery

Translated from the French by William Goyen

With a contribution by Henry Miller Anna Della Subin

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There is an eager vitality and exuberance to the writing which is exhilarating; a rush of spirit into the world as though all the sparkling wines have been uncorked at once; we watchfully hear the language skip, whoop and wheel across Miller’s page.

—William H. Gass, The New York Times Book Review

Here is an artist who re-establishes the potency of illusion by gaping out at the open wounds, by courting the stern, psychological reality which man seeks to avoid through recourse to the oblique symbolism of art.

—Anaïs Nin

I think he’s the greatest American writer.

—Bob Dylan
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