Henry Miller and the Critics

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Henry Miller AND THE CRITICS

EDITED BY George Wickes

WITH A PREFACE BY Harry T. Moore

Carbondale

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY PRESS

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Contents xv
  • 1930-1940 Henry Miller in Paris 1
  • My Friend Henry Miller-Paris, 1930 3
  • Henry Miller in Montparnasse 11
  • A Note on Tropic of Cancer --Paris, 1931 16
  • The Booster 20
  • Un Écrivain AmÉricain Nous Est NÉ 23
  • Twilight of the Expatriates 25
  • Inside the Whale 31
  • The World of Henry Miller 44
  • 1940-1960 - Henry Miller in America 53
  • The Miller Big Sur 56
  • Henry Miller: Bigotry's Whipping Boy 63
  • Sketches in Criticism: Henry Miller 77
  • Studies in Genius: Henry Miller 86
  • A Letter to Lawrence Durrell 108
  • Henry Miller 111
  • The Reality of Henry Miller 119
  • The Rebel-Buffoon: Henry Miller's Legacy 132
  • 1961 and After - Tropic of Cancer in America 147
  • From Under the Counter to Front Shelf 149
  • An Old Shocker Comes Home 154
  • Commonwealth of Massachusetts vs. Tropic of Cancer 168
  • Statement for the Los Angeles Trial 175
  • Henry Miller and the Law 177
  • Draconian Postscript 187
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