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click for a larger image of item #34846, Henry Miller - Between Heaven and Hell - A Symposium Big Sur, Emil White, 1961. A compendium of opinions pertaining to the censorship of Miller's works, edited by Emil White, and including two pieces -- letters -- by Miller. This copy is inscribed by Miller, "for Sydney from Henry" in 1972. This is the trade edition; near fine in wrappers. Publisher's prospectus laid in. [#034846] $300
click for a larger image of item #34845, Quiet Days in Clichy Paris, Olympia Press, 1958. Second printing of this novel first published in 1956. This book was a reworking of two stories Miller originally wrote on commission in 1940 for a collector of pornography (who reportedly found them "too poetic"). Illustrated with numerous photographs by Brassai. Softcover: fine in a very good dust jacket with moderate rubbing to the spine. [#034845] $300
click for a larger image of item #27323, Art & Outrage London/NY, Putnam/Dutton, 1959/1961. A review copy of the American edition, consisting of the true first (British) edition, copyedited on the title page and front flap to reflect changes to be made in the American edition, with a pencil note on the front flyleaf about the projected change in size. With review slip laid in. Correspondence about Miller between Lawrence Durrell and Alfred Perles, with interjections by Miller. Miller met both Durrell and Perles in Paris in the Thirties. Dusty top edge; fine in a very near fine dust jacket. Together with a copy of the American edition, as issued. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#027323] $100
click for a larger image of item #17180, Tropico de Capricornio Buenos Aires, Santiago Rueda, (1960). The first Argentine edition of Tropic of Capricorn. A very good copy in self-wrappers, inexpertly tape-repaired at the hinges and folds. [#017180] $40
click for a larger image of item #17169, Maurizius Forever Michigan City, Fridtjof-Karla, (1959). The third edition. Fine in wrappers, laid into a fine dust jacket. With the forged signature "Your friend, Henry Miller" that the bibliographer notes has turned up on all copies examined. [#017169] $30
NY, Ballantine, (1973). First Ballantine printing. Preface by Miller. From the library of author Peter Matthiessen, who has marked several passages in Miller's preface. Near fine in wrappers. [#031988] $20
Santa Barbara, CA, Capra Press, 1976. Very Good in a Very Good (rubbed) DJ. Boards slightly warped. [#706755] $20
NY, Norton, (1996). Edited by George Wickes. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#035160] $20
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