In 1930, the American author Henry Miller (1891-1980) settles in Paris. He spends the next nine years there, penniless but happy. It is in Paris that he becomes a writer, publishing his first novel Tropic of Cancer (1934), which is rooted in personal experience. Miller has something of a reputation even before the release of…
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