Henry Miller


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I’ve written a lot about Henry Miller on this blog. Below are links to all my Henry Miller posts, in order from oldest to newest:


Notes on Henry Miller’s Tropic of Cancer Episode 11


Henry Miller’s singing prose


Notes on Henry Miller’s Tropic of Cancer Episode 1: “Behind the Word is Chaos”


Essay review: “Henry Miller’s Inhuman Philosophy” by Indrek Männiste (in Henry Miller: New Perspectives, Bloomsbury 2015, pp. 9-20)


Notes on Henry Miller’s Tropic of Cancer Episode 2: “The Last Book”


Henry Miller and Being in the Moment


Notes on Henry Miller’s Tropic of Cancer Episode 7: Hopelessness and Endurance


Notes on James M Decker’s Concept of “Spiral Form”: An Essay Review


Spiral Form in Henry Miller’s Tropic of Cancer


Henry Miller’s Certitude in Black Spring


Henry Miller Goes Into the Nightlife


First Encounters: Miller, Dostoevsky, Deleuze and Guattari


Truth and Wonder in “Henry and June”


Gnashing my teeth at the silence


Henry Miller, Weird Ideas, and “Damned Facts”


Note to Myself


A Smokestack or a Button


When is it Life? Part 1: Henry Miller on Broadway


When is it Life? Part 2: Miller at Epidaurus


When is it Life? Part 3. Final Part: “Life Presents Itself”


Cloud Mind Shadow


“Try going in reverse”: Henry Miller’s advice to writers


Henry Miller and Doing More Work


A Sad Note: Henry Miller’s Aller Retour New York


From the Reading Diary: Kenneth Patchen’s Selected Poems


Henry Miller and Belief








American Life Unlimited


Henry Miller: Soul and Mind


Notes on Nexus, Part 3: Finding Love


Truth in Writing


Henry Miller’s Christmas


Get Out of My Garden


Take Heart (Notes on Henry Miller’s Nexus, Chapter 11)


Notes on Henry Miller’s Nexus: Burying the Past


Kindred Spirits (Notes on Henry Miller’s Nexus)


Henry Miller’s Destination




The Gospel of Work


Broken Life (Notes on Henry Miller’s Nexus)


Truth and Literature


Above and Below




The Enjoyment in Writing


You must be ecstatic


A Life for Wandering Through


The Imperfection of Henry Miller