MILLER (Henry), romancier américain (1891-1980) L.A.S.,... - Lot 131 - Baron Ribeyre & Associés

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MILLER (Henry), romancier américain (1891-1980) L.A.S.,... - Lot 131 - Baron Ribeyre & Associés
MILLER (Henry), romancier américain (1891-1980) L.A.S., at G. Tosi, Big Sur, November 25, 1947, 2 p. in-8° square, address. In English. He particularly liked Moravagine. He thanks Tosi for the books and letters he received, except for 2 Tropics which he is waiting for, and for the wonderful volume of Cendrars. The defense of "Tropic of Cancer" has been published in a book called "The happy Rock", if he doesn't have it he will be happy to send it to him. He talks about Michael Fraenkel: he gave him enough rope to hang himself. Tosi will see when he reads "Hamlet" Correspondence. About Perlès, he's a friend: he has just finished a book about their happy days at Villa Seurat " The frozen years ". He's going to write to Cendrars whom he often thinks of "as if he were my double". Enclosure: Autograph card signed at the same, Big Sur, August 7, 1947, envelope, In English. Miller hopes to make his acquaintance. On the back of the envelope he adds, "As for the copyright, I'll probably touch it in Heaven". Joint: Autograph dedication signed on the same, November 2, 1947 on a printed booklet, 7 p. in-8° in English relating to the reprint of "Tropic of Cancer" by Lawrence Maxwell.
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