Henry Valentine Miller (1891-1980) was an American author known for breaking existing literary forms and most famous for books like Tropic of Cancer and Tropic of Capricorn, both of which were once banned in the United States. The semi–autobiographical novels delved into themes of sexuality and were considered controversial. Born in New York City and raised in Brooklyn, Miller also lived in Paris, Berlin, the South of France, Greece, as well as Beverly Glen, Big Sur, and Pacific Palisades, California. His other popular books include Black Spring, The Colossus of Maroussi, Nexus, Plexus and Sexus. Henry Miller also wrote literary criticism, travel memoirs, was a successful painter and appeared as himself in several films.

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Title: Under the Roofs of Paris, Author: Henry Miller
Title: Tropic of Cancer, Author: Henry Miller
Title: Tropic of Capricorn, Author: Henry Miller
Title: Black Spring, Author: Henry Miller
Title: Quiet Days in Clichy, Author: Henry Miller
Title: The Colossus of Maroussi, Author: Henry Miller
Title: Big Sur and the Oranges of Hieronymus Bosch, Author: Henry Miller
Title: Stand Still like the Hummingbird, Author: Henry Miller
Title: Sexus (The Rosy Crucifixion #1), Author: Henry Miller
Title: Nexus (The Rosy Crucifixion #3), Author: Henry Miller
Title: A Literate Passion: Letters of Anaïs Nin and Henry Miller, 1932-1953, Author: Anaïs Nin
Title: The Air-Conditioned Nightmare, Author: Henry Miller
Title: The Wisdom of the Heart, Author: Henry Miller
Title: Paris 1928, Author: Henry Miller
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Title: Trópico de Cáncer / Tropic of Cancer, Author: Henry Miller
Title: Moloch: Or, This Gentile World, Author: Henry Miller
Title: Sunday after the War, Author: Henry Miller
Title: Just Wild about Harry, Author: Henry Miller
Title: The Black Book: A Novel, Author: Lawrence Durrell
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Title: Joey: Ein Porträt von Alfred Perles sowie einige Episoden im Zusammenhang mit dem anderen Geschlecht, Author: Henry Miller

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