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|Named Person:||Henry Miller; James Laughlin|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Henry Miller; James Laughlin; George Wickes
|Description:||xxxi, 286 p. ; 22 cm.|
|Responsibility:||edited by George Wickes.|
The resulting correspondence, spanning from 1935 to shortly before Miller's death in 1980, is a remarkable, uncensored record of the ideas and intentions that spawned many of Miller's most provocative and memorable literary endeavors. Henry Miller and James Laughlin: Selected Letters is a powerful, sometimes poignant and often startling documentation of the complex friendship forged through the written word among two of the twentieth century's most influential figures in the world of literature and publishing.