Henry Miller

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Noun1.Henry Miller - United States novelist whose novels were originally banned as pornographic (1891-1980)
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Henry shows us photos of Alfred Perles, living in Cyprus, looking very fit, very tanned.
Alfred Perles is described as "the clown, the 'always merry and bright' companion who kept us all in stitches" (Miller 232) and "happy-go-lucky" (Miller 267).
He pulled a quote that Maurice had cited from Balzac's Ferragus for use in his article "Paris in Ut-Mineur," which he published on March 8, 1931 in the Paris edition of the Chicago Tribune--under the byline of Alfred Perles.