The novel was subsequently banned in the UK and the USA and not released for publication for a further thirty years.
Author: Henry Miller
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
Miller's groundbreaking first novel, banned in Britain for almost thirty years, now reinvigorated in a new Harper Perennial Modern Classics edition. A penniless and as yet unpublished writer, Henry Miller arrived in Paris in 1930. Leaving behind a disintegrating marriage and an unhappy career in America, he threw himself into the low-life of bohemian Paris with unwavering gusto. A fictional account of Miller's adventures amongst the prostitutes and pimps, the penniless painters and writers of Montparnasse, Tropic of Cancer is an extravagant and rhapsodic hymn to a world of unrivalled eroticism and freedom. Tropic of Cancer's 1934 publication in France was hailed by Samuel Beckett as 'a momentous event in the history of modern writing'. The novel was subsequently banned in the UK and the USA and not released for publication for a further thirty years.
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A journey into the soul and our time, lived with joy and courage.
Author: Skin La Bianca
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Category: Family & Relationships
A journey into the soul and our time, lived with joy and courage. A be lulled by the events of life, without stand still, in spite of the bad weather. I am a person who lived an experience, and never stopped loving life. Helped by friends and not just them, to face and fight against storms in life. Keep smiling.
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The novel’s explicit sexual content meant that it was considered pornographic when it was first written; consequently, it was the subject of multiple obscenity trials and was initially banned in the US. However, it garnered praise from ...
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These three works, later republished by the Olympia Press in Paris announced the arrival of a bold, pugilistic, voice on the literary scene, one whose artistic roar echos to this day.
Author: Henry Miller
Publisher: Olympia Press
Henry Miller's collaboration with the Obelisk press in the 1930s produced three phenomenal works still much-loved to this day. The groundbreaking Tropic of Cancer published by Jack Kahane in 1934 after Anais Nin helped cover costs, its followup Tropic of Capricorn, finally printed in 1939, and Black Spring, a collection of vignettes and tales from 1936. These three works, later republished by the Olympia Press in Paris announced the arrival of a bold, pugilistic, voice on the literary scene, one whose artistic roar echos to this day.
In this riveting book, published to coincide with the fiftieth anniversary of Tropic of Cancer's initial U.S. release, Frederick Turner investigates Miller's unconventional novel, its tumultuous publishing history, and its unique place in ...
Author: Frederick Turner
Publisher: Yale University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Though branded as pornography for its graphic language and explicit sexuality, Henry Miller's Tropic of Cancer is far more than a work that tested American censorship laws. In this riveting book, published to coincide with the fiftieth anniversary of Tropic of Cancer's initial U.S. release, Frederick Turner investigates Miller's unconventional novel, its tumultuous publishing history, and its unique place in American letters. Written in the slums of a foreign city by a man who was an utter literary failure in his homeland, Tropic of Cancer was published in 1934 by a pornographer in Paris, but soon banned in the United States. Not until 1961, when Grove Press triumphed over the censors, did Miller's book appear in American bookstores. Turner argues that Tropic of Cancer is “lawless, violent, colorful, misogynistic, anarchical, bigoted, and shaped by the same forces that shaped the nation.” Further, the novel draws on more than two centuries of New World history, folklore, and popular culture in ways never attempted before. How Henry Miller, outcast and renegade, came to understand what literary dynamite he had within him, how he learned to sound his “war whoop” over the roofs of the world, is the subject of Turner's revelatory study.
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 52. Chapters: Tropic of Capricorn, Tropic of Cancer, Latitude, Circle of latitude, Arctic Circle, Antarctic Circle, Horse latitudes, Mason-Dixon Line, Polar circle, Equator, 45th parallel north, 49th parallel north, 38th parallel north, 42nd parallel north, 11th parallel north, 37th parallel north, Parallel 36 30 north, 60th parallel north, 40th parallel north, 55th parallel north, 12th parallel north, 36th parallel north, 48th parallel north, 10th parallel north, 8th parallel south, 22nd parallel north, 1st parallel north, 52nd parallel north, 50th parallel north, 51st parallel north, 41st parallel north, 39th parallel north, 73rd parallel north, 70th parallel north, 47th parallel north, 44th parallel north, 69th parallel north, 43rd parallel north, 76th parallel north, 54th parallel north, 17th parallel south, 4th parallel south, 9th parallel south, 3rd parallel south, 28th parallel north, Willamette Stone, 2nd parallel south, 26th parallel north, 71st parallel north, 13th parallel north, 1st parallel south, 17th parallel north, 16th parallel south, 46th parallel north, 77th parallel north, 24th parallel north, 57th parallel north, 14th parallel north, 16th parallel north, 10th parallel south, 25th parallel north, 53rd parallel north, 68th parallel north, 30th parallel north, 21st parallel north, 12th parallel south, 18th parallel south, 29th parallel north, 18th parallel north, 19th parallel north, 75th parallel north, 35th parallel north, 33rd parallel north, 59th parallel north, 72nd parallel north, 20th parallel north, 11th parallel south, 15th parallel north, 34th parallel north, 56th parallel north, 66th parallel north, 27th parallel north, 23rd parallel north, 78th parallel north, 14th parallel south, 32nd parallel north, 74th parallel north, 20th parallel south, 5th parallel south, 31st parallel north, 58th parallel no...
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Examining Henry Miller as a religious writer, Nesbit reconstructs his religious milieu by researching unpublished notebooks along with writings that shaped his religious thinking, then interprets his most important works as confessions and ...
Author: Thomas Nesbit
Category: Literary Criticism
This study argues that this previously banned author devoted his entire life to articulating a religion of self-liberation in his autobiographical books, examining his life and work within the context of fringe religious movements that were linked with the avant-garde in New York City and Paris at the first of the 20thcentury. This study shows how these transatlantic movements – including Gurdjieff, Rosicrucianism, and Theosophy – gave him the hermeneutical devices, not to mention the creative license, to interpret texts and symbols from mainline religions in an iconoclastic manner, ranging from obscure Taoist treatises to the mystical works of Jacob Boehme. The influence of numerous philosophical sources widely circulated in his most critical years – particularly Henri Bergson’s Two Sources of Morality and Religion(1932) – also helped him develop a religious view situated between transcendence and immanence, in which self-liberation through the channeled flow of élan vital is the chief objective. Miller’s knowledge of these intellectual currents, along with his involvement with sidestream religious groups, inspired him to meld his religious and literary aims into one perplexing project.
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Author: Roswell Chamberlain Smith
“David Foster Wallace meets Gabriel Garcia Marquez” in this novel set in a dystopian Los Angeles from a National Book Award finalist (Publishers Weekly).
Author: Karen Tei Yamashita
Publisher: Coffee House Press
“David Foster Wallace meets Gabriel Garcia Marquez” in this novel set in a dystopian Los Angeles from a National Book Award finalist (Publishers Weekly). Irreverently juggling magical realism, film noir, hip hop, and chicanismo, Tropic of Orange takes place in a Los Angeles where the homeless, gangsters, infant organ entrepreneurs, and Hollywood collide on a stretch of the Harbor Freeway. Hemmed in by wildfires, it’s a symphony conducted from an overpass, grandiose, comic, and as diverse as the city itself—from an author who has received the California Book Award and the Association for Asian American Studies Book Award, among other literary honors. “Fiercely satirical . . . Yamashita presents [an] intricate plot with mordant wit.” —The New York Times Book Review “A stunner . . . An exquisite mystery novel. But this is a novel of dystopia and apocalypse; the mystery concerns the tragic flaws of human nature.” —Library Journal (starred review) “Brilliant . . . An ingenious interpretation of social woes.” —Booklist (starred review)
A mixture of fiction and autobiography, it is the story of Henry V. Miller who works for the Cosmodemonic telegraph company in New York in the 1920s and tries to write the most important work of literature that was ever published.
Author: Henry Miller
Publisher: Penguin UK
A cult modern classic, Tropic of Capricorn is as daring, frank and influential as Henry Miller first novel, Tropic of Cancer A story of sexual and spiritual awakening, Tropic of Capricorn shocked readers when it was published in 1939. A mixture of fiction and autobiography, it is the story of Henry V. Miller who works for the Cosmodemonic telegraph company in New York in the 1920s and tries to write the most important work of literature that was ever published. Tropic of Capricorn paints a dazzling picture of the life of the writer and of New York City between the wars: the skyscrapers and the sewers, the lust and the dejection, the smells and the sounds of a city that is perpetually in motion, threatening to swallow everyone and everything. 'Literature begins and ends with the meaning of what Miller has done' Lawrence Durrell 'The only imaginative prose-writer of the slightest value who has appeared among the English-speaking races for some years past' George Orwell 'The greatest American writer' Bob Dylan Henry Miller (1891-1980) is one of the most important American writers of the 20th century. His best-known novels include Tropic of Cancer (1934), Tropic of Capricorn (1939), and the Rosy Crucifixion trilogy (Sexus, 1949, Plexus, 1953, and Nexus, 1959), all published in France and banned in the US and the UK until 1964. He is widely recognised as an irreverent, risk-taking writer who redefined the novel and made the link between the European avant-garde and the American Beat generation.
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Author: Susan Sellers
Category: American literature
Miller became a symbol for the sexual revolution when the novel was finally published in the U.S. in 1961. 16-page photo insert.
Author: Mary V. Dearborn
Category: Authors, American
Drawing on previously unpublished materials plus interviews with Miller's friends and associates, Dearborn provides the definitive biography of this important literary figure who came into the limelight in 1934, when his Tropic of Cancer was widely banned for its sexual passages. Miller became a symbol for the sexual revolution when the novel was finally published in the U.S. in 1961. 16-page photo insert.