The Return of Henry Miller

Chiaromonte, Nicola
December 1944
New Republic;12/4/44, Vol. 111 Issue 23, p751
Comments on the writing style and qualities of writer, Henry Miller. Author's views about Miller's perfection and compactness as a writer as expressed in his published works; Criticisms and praises for Miller's biographical works such as "The Cosmological Eye", "Return to Brooklyn" and "Tropic of Cancer"; Reputation and popularity of Miller as a writer and personnel director for Western Union; Expression of Miller's moral struggle against sentimental ties in his family and his own frailty and helplessness; Author's views about Miller's ability to humanize the writer as a character in his biographical books; Views about Miller's seriousness and uniqueness as a writer and story-teller.


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