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Henry Miller
   wrote   
Tropic of Cancer
Led to an obscenity trial that was one of several that tested American laws on pornography in the 1960s. While famous for its frank and often graphic depiction of sex, the book is also widely regarded as an important masterpiece of 20th C literature. Time magazine included the novel in its TIME 100 Best English-language Novels from 1923 to 2005.
Henry Miller
   wrote   
Big Sur and the Oranges of Hieronymus Bosch
Described the joys and hardships that came from escaping the "air conditioned nightmare" of modern life.
Henry Miller
   wrote   
Tropic of Capricorn
A semi-autobiographical novel by Henry Miller, first published in Paris in 1938. The novel was subsequently banned in the United States until a 1961 Justice Department ruling declared that its contents were not obscene. It is a sequel to Miller's 1934 work, the Tropic of Cancer.
Henry Miller
   wrote   
Sexus
Sexus is the first book of a 3 part series by Miller. The second book is Plexus, followed by Nexus.
Henry & June (1990)
   is a film about   
Henry Miller
Tells the story of Anaïs Nin's relationship with Miller and his wife June
Miss Hamilton's Brothel
   was created by   
Henry Miller
"Tropic of Cancer", 1934
Cosmodemonic Telegraph Company
   was created by   
Henry Miller
Company where Henry works in "Tropic of Capricorn", 1939
Henry Miller
   was a/an   
Author
Novelist: Tropic of Cancer, Black Spring, others; 1891-1980
Henry Miller
   said   
"The American Ideal is Youth,handsome, Empty Youth"
American writer and painter
Urinetown
   debuted in   
Henry Miller's Theatre in New York
2001 - A parody of Broadway musicals






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