Henry Miller in Paris

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Henry Miller
(c) 1940 Carl Van Vechten

Henry Miller was an angry, turbulent man who went to Paris in the 1930s to devote himself to writing. The shocking novels that he turned out were banned in the United States until 1964. Read our account about the man and his experiences in the City of Light in this month’s Paris Insights newsletter.

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Bonne lecture!

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