Autograph Letter Signed

Henry Miller Autograph Letter Signed 10/31/1952

Henry Miller Autograph Letter Signed 10/31/1952
Henry Miller Autograph Letter Signed 10/31/1952

Henry Miller Autograph Letter Signed 10/31/1952    Henry Miller Autograph Letter Signed 10/31/1952

Make an Offer Today and Get a Quick Response! Take a Look at This Week's Specials! HENRY MILLER - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 10/31/1952 - HFSID 257947. HENRY MILLER The author pens an autograph letter sending books that are requested Autograph Letter Signed: " Henry Miller ", 1p, 7½x8½. Big Sur, California, 1952 October 31.

On his personal pictorial letterhead to Mr. In full: Just mailed you three books, as requested or rather, I took liberty of sending you'Plexus' too, since you said you hadn't been able to get it. Think I read excerpt of your review in'Library Journal' -? The librarian was probably a reference librarian or maybe just an'assistant'.

Then (1924 & 1925) a man about my age, slim, medium height! Used to visit me at Remsen Street, Brooklyn.

I think you'll see more 91-? About him - and libraries - in'Plexus.

Will eventually get you for the library the other foreign titles. Have you any of the editions of the pamphlet -'What Are You Going to Do about Alf'? Hesse's'Voyage en Orient' is another remarkable work. " Addressed by Miller on verso to: " Mr. He would later move to Pacific Palisades, California, where he died on June 7, 1980. Miller, who had begun writing Plexus, Book Two of The Rosy Crucifixion trilogy, in 1947, finished it in 1949; the work would not be published until 1953. In the year of this letter, Miller began work on Nexus, Book Three in the trilogy, which he would not complete 1959 (published in 1960).

In 1952, Miller also divorced Janina Lepska and left for Europe on December 29 with Eve McClure, whom he would marry the following December. First published in France, the works resulted in a 30-year censorship debate (which Miller later finally won) in the U. Over their sexual candor and concern for self-realization.

While in Paris, Miller, the author of more than 36 works, became involved with married author Anais Nin. Ironically, it was Nin, not Miller, who documented their romance, which inspired the 1992 film, Henry and June (June Edith Smith Mansfield, a former taxi driver and the second of Miller's five wives, and also had an affair with Nin). Nail head-size stain at lower blank area.

Nicked at upper blank edge at mid-vertical fold, worn at corners. Soiled and stained on verso. Mid-horizontal fold "Y" and "k" in York. See more material from these signers. See more listings in our AUTHORS (1,641). Please note that this is an authentically signed item. We do not sell autograph copies or signature reprints. Images shown may contain our company watermark. The actual document does not contain this watermark. This item has been authenticated and is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity issued by our parent company, Gallery of History, Inc.

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Henry Miller Autograph Letter Signed 10/31/1952    Henry Miller Autograph Letter Signed 10/31/1952