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- Tekijä: Miller Henry
- Miller HenryNidottu englantiA cult modern classic, Miller's 'Tropic of Capricorn' is a daring, frank and influential tale of sexual and spiritual awakening.
- Miller HenryNidottu englantiWhen Henry Miller left America for Paris in the 1930s to lead the life of a literary bohemian, he called this death of his former existence and his resurrection as a writer a 'rosy crucifixion'. This is the story of the early days of his second marriage, his impoverished life in New York and his first steps towards being a writer.
- Miller HenryNidottu englantiFrantically seeking antidotes to his dreary job and life 'in a morbidly respectable neighbourhood' with his wife Maude, Miller becomes obsessed with the promiscuous and mysterious Mara, dance hall hostess, femme fatale and pathological liar. This volume looks back in fictionalised form to Miller's America life in the 1920s.
- Miller HenryNidottu englantiTrapped in a bizarre menage a trois with his volatile actress wife, Mona, and her eccentric lover, Stasia, Miller's life descends into violent and passionate anarchy. This is the story of Miller's bizarre second marriage and its development into an extraordinary and legendary menage a trois.
- Miller HenryNidottu englantiJust before the outbreak of World War II, Henry Miller took a boat to Athens and, with his friend Lawrence Durrell, toured the Greek islands. In this title Miller not only evokes the landscape but also the people, including poets and artists, chief among them Katsimbalis, the Colossus himself.
- Miller HenryNidottu englanti'Quiet Days in Clichy' was banned when first published in 1956, on the charge of pornography. The story focuses on the seamier side of Paris, its seedy world of cheap sex, booze and destitution.
- Miller HenryNidottu englantiIn 1935, Henry Miller set off from his adopted residence, Paris, to visit his home country, America. Filled with vivid impressions and scandalous reflections, and including an entertaining sketch of his journey, via steamer, back to France, this is a comic and exuberant portrait of both the author and his birthplace.