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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Minnie married Henry Miller on June 14, 1947 and he preceded her in death on April 22, 1993.
Henry Miller of Lee & Associates Idaho represented the tenant.
Along the way, she crossed paths with other seminal modern artists such as Natalie Clifford Barney, Renee Vivien, Isadora Duncan, Susan Glaspell, George Cram Cook, Richard Strauss, Dimitri Mitropoulos, Nikos Kazantzakis, George Seferis, Henry Miller, Paul Robeson, and Ted Shawn, says a review on the Princeton University Press website.
After he receives a Facebook message from a former fling, he flashes back to his time in Paris 25 years ago, as a young college dropout who was, nonetheless, convinced of his own genius after reading Henry Miller's Tropic of Cancer and feeling inspired to write the Great American Novel.
GREAT AUTHORS TRAFFIC in quirky characters and intriguing plots, sure, but they also capture a sense of place: Think Cheryl Strayed and the heights of the Pacific Crest Trail or Henry Miller and the hidden-away world of Big Sur.
Henry Miller, 19, was fascinated by South American culture and had taken the herb, known as yage or ayahuasca, with a shaman two days before.
Henry Miller was in a remote rainforest area with other tourists when he took part in the ceremony with a local tribe and drank yage, which brings on vivid hallucinations.
Author Henry Miller comes to stay and stirs up tension among Louisa and her children with his strange behaviour.
Jung, Henry Miller, Gary Snyder, Aldous Huxley, Reinhold Niebuhr, Timothy Leary, Joseph Campbell, and James Hillman.
1891: Novelist Henry Miller, who wrote books Tropic Of Cancer and Tropic Of Capricorn, was born in New York.
If you had the chance to read Henry Miller's 1972 chapbook, On Turning Eighty, like I did, you will share my conclusion that the ageing number doesn't matter.