Ideology and Aesthetics in the Work of Henry Miller
Camden House 2000
9781571131331   Product Code: 54766
Beginning with the publication of Tropic of Cancer in 1934, Henry Miller's reputation as a writer has been sullied by critics from all sides. This book sets out to provide a view of Miller different from both earlier vindications of him as a sexual liberator, and more contemporary critiques, as a pornographer and male chauvinist. No jacket.