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Miller returned to America in , settling in Big Sur, California. In , after a lengthy legal battle, Tropic of Cancer was finally published in the States and in England in Miller became a household name, hailed by the Sixties counterculture as a phrophet of freedom and sexual revolution. Sexus : book one of the "Rosy crucifixion" trilogy. Henry Miller. It is as if Henry and Mona cannot make up their mind.
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Money is only the question of how to get it, the prominent filter for their situations. Henry hitchhikes to Florida with a couple of pals only to find that the boom has passed like tropical storms. A speakeasy is begun on the idea of easy money, though soon the debtors come rapping at the door with a long handled stick.
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The couple sells imported candy door to door. Down south again, to North Carolina, where they whittle away their days in stifling heat. This is merely the skeleton, the rattling of bones. His drunken zig-zag is nothing more than the eternal question posed multifariously. The man who has no destination moves in a time and space continuum which is uniquely his own and in which God is always present.
He presents us with his friends in their quirky dissimiltude. It has taken me three readings just to keep them straight. The scenes of Henry and Ulric being of ultimate gratification.
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Ulric unfailingly believes in Henry the writer. This persistence and devotion rises Ulric above all the other names. This from Ulric:. I think what I intended to say is this—you need a larger scope to your life. You need to meet men who are near your own stature. Suddenly I realized how it had been with the struggle to express myself in writing.
I saw back to that period when I had the most intense, exalted visions of words written and spoken, but in fact could only mutter brokenly.
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