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Genius and lust : a journey through the major writings of Henry Miller

Author: Henry Miller; Norman Mailer
Publisher: New York : Grove Press : Distributed by Random House, ©1976.
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Norman Mailer, without a doubt the most important literary figure of his generation, here celebrates the genius of "the greatest living American writer" from an earlier generation in an extended essay of unequalled brilliance as well as in a generous selection from Miller's work to point the way to "the center of the power of his writing." --from front flap.
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Miller, Henry, 1891-1980.
Genius and lust.
New York : Grove Press : Distributed by Random House, c1976
(OCoLC)567810602
Named Person: Henry Miller; Henry Miller
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Miller; Norman Mailer
ISBN: 0802101275 9780802101273
OCLC Number: 2530046
Description: xv, 576 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Status.--Genius: From Tropic of Cancer.--Crazy cock: From Black Spring. From Tropic of Capricorn.--Narcissism: From Tropic of Capricorn. From Sexus.--Surrealism: From Tropic of Capricorn. From Black Spring.--Grease: From The colossus of Maroussi.--Henry the First: From The air-conditioned nightmare.--Domestic misery: From Sunday after the war. From Big Sur.--Portraits: From Big Sur. From Plexus. From Nexus. From Sexus. From Sexus. From Big Sur.
Responsibility: [compiled] by Norman Mailer.

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Norman Mailer, without a doubt the most important literary figure of his generation, here celebrates the genius of "the greatest living American writer" from an earlier generation in an extended essay of unequalled brilliance as well as in a generous selection from Miller's work to point the way to "the center of the power of his writing." --from front flap.

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