Typed Letter Signed from Mrs. Henry Miller to Victor Musgrave


Price: $200.00

Unbound. Quarto. Dated November 9, 1955 on thin yellow paper, possibly a retained copy. Old folds, very good or better. Mrs. Miller (Miller's fourth wife, Eve McClure) writes to Victor Musgrave, at *London Magazine*, concerned that Henry told Musgrave to publish the wrong story, "I Reach for My Revolver."

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Item #374183 Typed Letter Signed from Mrs. Henry Miller to Victor Musgrave. Henry MILLER, Mrs. Henry Miller, Eve McClure.

Henry Miller
birth name: Henry Valentine Miller
born: 12/26/1891
died: 6/7/1980
nationality: USA

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American writer and perennial bohemian whose autobiographical novels had a liberating influence on mid-20th century literature. Because of their sexual frankness, his major works were banned as obscene in Britain and the United States until the 1960s, but they were widely known earlier from copies smuggled in from France. - Merriam-Webster's Encyclopedia of Literaturemore

Collecting tips:

Miller was very prolific, and his bibliography is huge, and seemingly ever expanding. For us though, the apex of his work seems to boil down to Tropic of Cancer (Paris, 1934) and Tropic of Capricorn (Paris, 1939). Finding copies in really fine condition can be a chore, and expensive when finally accomplished. We think his additional work deserves attention, but there sure is a lot of it!

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