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Bibliografia[modifica]

Fonti primarie (EN)[modifica]

Libri e collezioni[modifica]

  • Tropic of Cancer, Paris: Obelisk Press, 1934.
    • New York: Grove Press, 1961.
  • Black Spring, Paris: Obelisk Press, 1936.
    • New York: Grove Press, 1963.
  • Tropic of Capricorn, Paris: Obelisk Press, 1939.
    • New York: Grove Press, 1961.
  • The Cosmological Eye, Norfolk, CT: New Directions, 1939.
  • The Colossus of Maroussi, San Francisco: Colt Press, 1941.
    • New York: New Directions, 1958.
  • The Wisdom of the Heart, Norfolk, CT: New Directions, 1941.
    • New York: New Directions, 1960.
  • Sunday After the War, Norfolk, CT: New Directions, 1944.
  • The Air-Conditioned Nightmare, New York: New Directions, 1945.
    • New York: New Directions, 1970.
  • Why Abstract? with Hilaire Hiler and William Saroyan, New York: New Directions, 1945.
    • New York: Haskell House, 1974.
  • The Time of the Assassins: A Study of Rimbaud, New York: New Directions, 1946.
    • New York: New Directions, 1962.
  • Remember to Remember, New York: New Directions, 1947. (Volume 2 of The Air-Conditioned Nightmare.)
    • London: Grey Walls Press, 1952.
  • The Smile at the Foot of the Ladder, New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1948.
    • Kansas City, MO: Hallmark Editions, 1971.
  • Sexus (Book one of The Rosy Crucifixion), Paris: Obelisk Press, 1949.
    • New York: Grove Press, 1963.
  • The Books in My Life, Norfolk, CT: New Directions, 1952.
    • New York: New Directions, 1969.
  • Plexus (Book two of The Rosy Crucifixion), Paris: Olympia Press, 1953.
    • New York: Grove Press, 1963.
  • Nights of Love and Laughter, Signet, 1955.
  • Quiet Days in Clichy, with photographs by Brassaï, Paris: Olympia Press, 1956.
    • New York: Grove Press, 1987.
    • Richmond, England: Oneworld Classics, 2007.
  • A Devil in Paradise, New York: New American Library, 1956.
    • New York: New Directions, 1993.
  • Big Sur and the Oranges of Hieronymus Bosch, New York: New Directions, 1957.
  • The Henry Miller Reader, ed. Lawrence Durrell, New York: New Directions, 1959.
  • Nexus (Book three of The Rosy Crucifixion), Paris: Obelisk Press, 1960.
    • New York: Grove Press, 1965.
  • Stand Still Like the Hummingbird, New York: New Directions, 1962.
  • Henry Miller on Writing, New York: New Directions, 1964.
  • Insomnia or the Devil at Large, Albuquerque: Loujon Press, 1970.
    • Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1974.
  • My Life and Times, New York: Playboy Press, 1971.
  • The Nightmare Notebook, New York: New Directions, 1975. Notes and drawings.
  • Henry Miller's Book of Friends: A Tribute to Friends of Long Ago, Santa Barbara, CA: Capra Press, 1976.
  • The World of Lawrence: A Passionate Appreciation, Santa Barbara: Capra Press, 1980.
  • Sextet, Santa Barbara, CA: Capra Press, 1977.
    • New York: New Directions, 2010.
  • My Bike and Other Friends, Volume II, Book of Friends, Santa Barbara, CA: Capra Press, 1978.
  • Joey: A Loving Portrait of Alfred Perlès Together With Some Bizarre Episodes Relating to the Opposite Sex, Volume III, Book of Friends, Santa Barbara, CA: Capra Press, 1979.

Pamphlets e edizioni limitate[modifica]

  • Aller Retour New York, Paris: Obelisk Press, 1935.
  • What Are You Going to Do about Alf? An Open Letter to All and Sundry, Paris: Pamphlet printed at author's expense, 1935.
    • London: Turret, 1971.
  • Max and the White Phagocytes, Paris: Obelisk Press, 1938.
    • New York: New Directions, 1991.
  • The World of Sex, Chicago: Ben Abramson, Argus Book Shop, 1940.
    • Richmond, England: Oneworld Classics, 2007.
  • The Plight of the Creative Artist in the United States of America, [no publisher listed, but published by Bern Porter], [undated, internal evidence suggests 1944].
  • Echolalia: Reproductions of Water Colors, Berkeley, CA: Bern Porter, 1945.
  • Henry Miller Miscellanea, San Mateo, CA: Bern Porter, 1945.
  • Maurizius Forever, San Francisco: Colt Press, 1946.
  • Into the Night Life, privately published with Bezalel Schatz, 1947.
  • The Waters Reglitterized: The Subject of Water Color in Some of Its More Liquid Phases, San Jose, CA: John Kidis, 1950.
    • Santa Barbara, CA: Capra Press, 1973.
  • The Red Notebook, Highlands, NC: Jargon Books, 1958. Facsimile of one of Miller's journals from 1939.
  • To Paint is to Love Again, Alhambra, CA: Cambria Books, 1960.
    • New York: Grossman Publishers, 1968.
  • Watercolors, Drawings, and His Essay "The Angel Is My Watermark", New York: Abrams, 1962.
  • Greece (with drawings by Anne Poor), New York: Viking Press, 1964.
  • On Turning Eighty, Santa Barbara, CA: Capra Press, 1972.
  • First Impressions of Greece, Santa Barbara, CA: Capra Press, 1973.
  • Reflections on the Maurizius Case: A Humble Appraisal of a Great Book, Santa Barbara, CA: Capra Press, 1974.

Teatro[modifica]

  • Just Wild About Harry, New York: New Directions, 1963.
    • New York: New Directions, 1979.

Corrispondenza[modifica]

  • Hamlet Volume I with Michael Fraenkel, New York: Carrefour, 1939.
  • Hamlet Volume II with Michael Fraenkel, New York: Carrefour, 1941.
    • Above two volumes republished, minus two letters, as Henry Miller's Hamlet Letters, Santa Barbara, CA: Capra Press, 1988.
  • The Plight of the Creative Artist in the United States of America, Houlton, ME: Bern Porter, 1944.
  • Semblance of a Devoted Past, Berkeley, CA: Bern Porter, 1944. A collection of Miller’s letters to Emil Schnellock.
  • Reunion in Barcelona: a Letter to Alfred Perlès, from Aller Retour New York, Northwood, England: Scorpion Press, 1959.
  • Lawrence Durrell and Henry Miller: A Private Correspondence, ed. George Wickes, E.P. Dutton, 1963.
  • A Literate Passion: Letters of Anaïs Nin and Henry Miller, 1932-1953, ed. Gunther Stuhlmann. San Diego: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1987.
  • The Durrell-Miller Letters, 1935-80, ed. Ian S. MacNiven, New York: New Directions, 1988.
  • From Your Capricorn Friend: Henry Miller and the Stroker, 1978-1980, New York: New Directions, 1984. Correspondence with Irving Stettner.
  • Letters to Emil, New York: New Directions, 1989. A collection of Miller’s letters to Emil Schnellock, from 1921-34.
  • Proteus and the Magician: The Letters of Henry Miller and John Cowper Powys, ed. Jacqueline Peltier. London: The Powys Society, 2014.

Pubblicazioni postume[modifica]

  • Moloch: or, This Gentile World, written in 1927, published by the Estate of Henry Miller. New York: Grove Press, 1992.
  • Crazy Cock (originally titled Lovely Lesbians), written in 1928–30, published by the Estate of Henry Miller. New York: Grove Weidenfeld, 1991.
  • Opus Pistorum, (from the Latin, Work of the Miller), written as pornography-for-hire in 1941 (see Anaïs Nin), was retitled in its second edition Under the Roofs of Paris, published by the Estate of Henry Miller. New York: Grove Press, 1983.
  • Paris 1928 (Nexus II), abandoned continuation of Nexus, written in 1961, published by Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2012.
  • Into the Heart of Life: Henry Miller at One Hundred, ed. Frederick Turner, New York: New Directions, 1991.

Inediti[modifica]

  • Clipped Wings, primo romanzo di Miller, scritto nel 1922.

Discografia[modifica]

  • Henry Miller Recalls and Reflects: An Extraordinary American Writer Speaks Out (2 LP, RLP 7002/3), New York: Riverside Records, 1956.

Opere (IT)[modifica]

I titoli sono in ordine crescente in base alla data di pubblicazione delle rispettive prime edizioni originali.

Romanzi, opere narrative, prose poetiche[modifica]

  • Tropico del Cancro (Tropic of Cancer, 1934), trad. Luciano Bianciardi, prefazione di Mario Praz, Milano, Feltrinelli, 1964; poi in Opere, introduzione di Guido Almansi, Milano, Mondadori ("I Meridiani"), 1992 ISBN 88-04-35678-2
  • Parigi-New York. Andata e ritorno (Aller Retour New York, 1934), trad. Francesco Pacifico, Roma, minimum fax, 2010
  • Primavera nera (Black Spring, 1936), trad. Attilio Veraldi, Milano, Feltrinelli, 1968; Milano, Mondadori ("Oscar" n. 1328); poi in Opere, cit.
  • Tropico del Capricorno (Tropic of Capricorn, 1939), trad. Luciano Bianciardi, premessa di Guido Piovene, Milano, Feltrinelli, 1967; Milano, Mondadori ("Oscar" n. 1313; poi in Opere, cit.
  • Il colosso di Marussi (The Colossus of Maroussi, 1941), trad. Giorgio Monicelli, Milano, Mondadori ("Quaderni della Medusa" n. 26), 1948; trad. Franco Salvatorelli, Milano, Adelphi ("Biblioteca" n. 393), 2000
  • Prime impressioni della Grecia - Titolo originale: First Impressions of Greece Ibis Edizioni 2007 - A cura di Graziella Martina (note preparatorie a Il colosso di Marussi) ISBN 978-88-7164-220-8
  • L'incubo ad aria condizionata (The Air-Conditioned Nightmare, 1941), trad. Vincenzo Mantovani, Torino, Einaudi ("Struzzi" n. 188), 1972; Milano, Mondadori, ("Oscar" n. 1914), 2006
  • Domenica dopo la guerra (Sunday After the War, 1944), trad. Giorgio Monicelli, Milano, Mondadori ("Medusa" n. 222), 1948
  • Ricordati di ricordare (Remember to Remember, 1947), trad. Vincenzo Mantovani, Torino, Einaudi ("Struzzi" n. 189); Roma, minimum fax, 2013
  • Il sorriso ai piedi della scala (The Smile at the Foot of the Ladder, 1948), trad. Valerio Riva, Milano, Feltrinelli, 1963 [racconto]
  • Crocifissione in rosa (The Rosy Crucifixion, 1949-1960):
    • Sexus (Id., 1949), trad. Bruno Oddera, Milano, Longanesi, 1970 (La Gaja Scienza, vol. 317); Milano, Mondadori ("Oscar" n. 1225), 1978
    • Plexus (Id., 1952), trad. Henry Furst, Milano, Longanesi, 1956; poi Milano, Mondadori ("Oscar" n. 1243), 1978; ("Oscar" n. 1922), 1986
    • Nexus (Id., 1960), trad. Adriana Pellegrini, Milano, Longanesi, 1961; poi con introduzione di Eraldo Affinati, Milano, Mondadori ("Oscar" n. 1258), 1979
  • Quiet Days in Clichy, 1956 [novella erotica]
    • I giorni di Clichy, trad. Mario Cicognani e Bruno Oddera, Milano, Longanesi, 1965-1978 (La Gaja Scienza, vol. 357); poi col titolo Giorni tranquilli a Clichy, Introduzione di Franco Cordelli, Milano, Mondadori ("Oscar" n. 1253), 1990; Milano, ES, 1994-2010
    • Giorni tranquilli a Clichy, trad. Katia Bragnoli, fotografie di Brassaï, Collana Piccola Biblioteca n.722, Milano, Adelphi, 2018
  • Big Sur e le arance di Hieronymus Bosch (Big Sur and the Oranges of Hieronymus Bosch, 1957), trad. Vincenzo Mantovani, Torino, Einaudi ("Gli struzzi" n. 190), 1968; Milano, Mondadori ("Oscar" n. 1733), 2000
    • Paradiso perduto (A Devil in Paradise, 1956), trad. Vincenzo Mantovani, Torino, Einaudi ("Coralli" n. 121; "Nuovi coralli" n. 119), 1961; con introduzione di Pietro Citati, Milano, Mondadori ("Oscar narrativa" n. 368; "Oscar Classici" n. 89), 1985 [Il libro è in realtà una sezione di Big Sur]
  • Il meglio di Henry Miller (The Henry Miller Reader, 1960), a cura di Lawrence Durrell, trad. Adriana Pellegrini, introduzione di Antoine Denat, Milano, Longanesi ("Il meglio" n. 21), 1961
  • Rictus (Nights of Love and Laughter, 1955), trad. Adriana Pellegrini, introduzione di Kenneth Rexroth, Milano, Longanesi ("Gaja scienza" n. 140), 1960; Milano, Longanesi ("Libri pocket" n. 292), 1971; Milano, Rizzoli ("BUR" n. 274), 1982 [raccolta di 6 testi tratti da opere precedenti]
  • Come il colibrì (Stands Still like the Humming-bird, 1962), trad. Luciano Bianciardi, Milano: Rizzoli, 1970
  • Proprio pazza per Harry (Just Wild About Harry. A Melo in Seven Scenes, 1963), trad. Luciano Bianciardi, Torino: Einaudi, 1964 [dramma teatrale]
  • Insomnia ovvero il demone dell'Amore (Insomnia or the Devil at Large, 1971), trad. Costanza Rodotà, Roma, Castelvecchi, 2006 [racconto lungo]
  • Prime impressioni della Grecia (First Impressions of Greece, 1973), trad. Graziella Martina, Como, Ibis, 2007 [taccuino d'appunti sulla Grecia, da cui poi Il colosso di Marussi]
  • Il libro degli amici (Henry Miller Book of Friends: A Tribute to Friends of Long Ago, 1975), trad. Adalberto Chiesa, Genova, Il Nuovo Melangolo, 1995
  • Opus Pistorum (Id., 1941, ma pubblicato nel 1983), trad. Pier Francesco Paolini, postfazione di Fernanda Pivano, Milano, Feltrinelli, 1984 [racconti pornografici]
  • Uccello pazzo (Crazy Cock, 1928-30 ma pubblicato nel 1991), trad. Vincenzo Mantovani, Milano, Mondadori ("Oscar Gabbiani" n. 32), 1992
  • Moloch (Id., 1927 ma pubblicato nel 1992), trad. F. Orsini, postfazione di L. Trevisan, Milano, Mondadori ("Oscar Gabbiani" n. 56), 1993 [Si tratta del primo romanzo scritto da Miller]
  • Natale a villa Seurat e altre prose (Mezzotints, 1924), trad. Alessandra Bruni, Pistoia, Via del Vento, 1999 [Il libro contiene 5 prose di 15 che compongono Mezzotints, prose composte a metà degli anni '20 a New York]
  • Parigi 1928 (Nexus II, 1961 ma pubblicato nel 2012), trad. Simone Garzella, Firenze, Passigli, 2010

Saggi, pamphlet, disegni[modifica]

  • Max e i fagociti bianchi (Max and the White Phagocytes, 1938), trad. Salvatore Rosati, Milano, Mondadori (Il pensiero critico n. 9), 1949; poi in Opere, cit.
  • Lettere su Amleto (Hamlet, 1939 e 1941), trad. e scelta di Vincenzo Mantovani, in Opere, cit. [saggio epistolare]
  • Il mondo del sesso (The World of Sex, 1940), trad. Valerio Riva, Milano, Mondadori ("Oscar" n. 1711), 1992 [saggio autobiografico e pornografico]
  • Il giudizio del cuore (The Wisdom of the Heart, 1941), trad. Fiorelsa Iezzi, presentazione di Maurizio Borghi, Milano, Christian Marinotti, 2006
  • L'angelo è la mia filigrana (The Angel Is My Watermark, 1942), trad. G. Ruffini, Milano, il Saggiatore, 1961
  • L'oscenità è la legge della riflessione (Obscenity on the Law of Reflection, 1945), trad. Vanni Scheiwiller, Milano, All'insegna del pesce d'oro, 1962
  • Il tempo degli assassini (The Time of the Assassins, 1946), trad. Giacomo Debenedetti, Milano, SugarCo, 1956; Milano, SE, 2013
  • I libri nella mia vita (The Books in My Life, 1952), trad. Bruno Fonzi, Torino, Einaudi, 1976; Milano, Mondadori, 2007; a cura di R. Colajanni, Collana Biblioteca n.623, Milano, Adelphi, 2014.
  • Dipingere è amare ancora (To Paint is to Love Again, 1960), trad. L. Livi, L. Livi, Milano: Feltrinelli 1963; trad. Francesco Martini, con uno scritto di Roberto Sanesi, Milano, Abscondita, 2003
  • Arte e oltraggio (Art and Outrage, 1959, con Lawrence Durrell e Alfred Perlès), trad. Luciano Bianciardi, Milano, Feltrinelli, 1961
  • Una tortura deliziosa. Pagine sull'arte dello scrivere (Henry Miller On Writing, 1964), a cura di Thomas H. Moore, trad. parziale, Roma, minimum fax, 2007
  • Il mondo di Lawrence: un tributo appassionato (The World of Lawrence, 1935 ma pubblicato nel 1979), trad. Antonella De Nicola, Roma, Fioriti, 2003

Lettere[modifica]

  • Misteriosa cantabile. Lettere a Hoki Tokuda (1986), introduzione di Joyce Howard, trad. Francesco Saba Sardi, Milano, Bompiani, 1988
  • Cara, cara Brenda. Lettere d'amore di Henry Miller a Brenda Venus (Dear dear Brenda, 1986), trad. Ettore Capriolo, introduzione di Alberto Moravia e prefazione di Lawrence Durrell, Milano: Feltrinelli, 1986
  • I fuorilegge della parola. Lettere 1935-80 (The Durrell-Miller Letters, 1988, con Lawrence Durrell), trad. Martino e Alina Marazzi, prefazione di Benedetta Bini, Milano, Rosellina Archinto, 1991
  • Lettere a Anaïs Nin, trad. Bruno Oddera, presentazione di Gunther Stuhlmann, Milano, Longanesi ("Olimpia" n. 26), 1971
  • Storia di una passione. Lettere 1932-53 (con Anaïs Nin, a cura di Gunther Stuhlmann), trad. Francesco Saba Sardi, Milano, Bompiani, 1989
  • Conversazioni a Pacific Palisades con Christian de Bartillat (Flashback, 1990), trad. Dolores Musso, Parma, Guanda, 1992
  • Se scopro un bel libro devo condividerlo con il mondo intero, estratti del carteggio con Blaise Cendrars 1934-1959, trad. di Federica Cremaschi, con una nota di Jonny Costantino, Brescia, Lamantica Edizioni, 2016

Opere inedite in Italia[modifica]

La lista seguente è da prendere con beneficio del dubbio.

  • Why Abstract? with Hilaire Hiler and William Saroyan, New York, New Directions, 1945.
  • My Life and Times, New York, Playboy Press, 1971.
  • The Nightmare Notebook, New York, New Directions, 1975. Notes and drawings.
  • Sextet, Santa Barbara, CA, Capra Press, 1977 (ISBN 0-88496-119-2); New York, New Directions, 2010 (ISBN 978-0-8112-1800-9)
  • My Bike and Other Friends, Volume II, Book of Friends, Santa Barbara, CA, Capra Press, 1978. ISBN 0-88496-075-7
  • Joey: A Loving Portrait of Alfred Perlès Together With Some Bizarre Episodes Relating to the Opposite Sex, Volume III, Book of Friends, Santa Barbara, CA, Capra Press, 1979. ISBN 0-88496-136-2
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The Henry Miller Memorial Library (esterno), Big Sur, California

Riferimenti nel testo (EN)[modifica]

(Include le edizioni di Miller consultate nel testo)

  • Almond, P. C. (1988) The British discovery of Buddhism. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  • Anderson, M. (1991) The unknowable Gurdjieff. Arkana Publishing, New York. [1962]
  • Arnold, E. (2013) The light of Asia. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Seattle.
  • Aschenbrenner, L. (1974) The concepts of criticism. Springer Publishing, New York.
  • Bair, D. (1996) Anaïs Nin: A biography. Penguin Books, London.
  • Bald, W. (1987) On the Left Bank: 1929–1933. Ohio University Press, Athens
  • Balliet, G. L. (1996) Henry Miller and surrealist metaphor: Riding the ovarian trolley.Peter Lang Publishing, Oxford.
  • Baxter, A. (1961) Henry Miller: Expatriate. University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh.
  • Baumann, M. (2012) ‘Modern Interpretations of Buddhism in Europe.’ In: McMahan, D. L. (ed.) Buddhism in the modern world. Routledge, London.
  • Beard, R. and Berlowitz, L. (2003) Greenwich Village: culture and counterculture. Rutgers University Press, New Jersey.
  • Bergson, H. (2000) Time and free will. Adamant Media Corporation, Boston.
  • Bergson, H. (2007) Matter and memory. Cosimo Classics, New York.
  • Bergson, H. (2011) Creative evolution. Digireads.com, New York.
  • Bergson, H. (2014) Laughter: An essay on the meaning of the comic. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Seattle.
  • Bodhi, B. (1994) The noble eightfold path. Buddhist Publication Society, Sri Lanka.
  • Blavatsky, H.P. (2009) The secret doctrine. Jeremy P. Tarcher Publishing, Los Angeles.
  • Blavatsky, H.P. (1971) The voice of the silence: chosen fragments from the “Book of Golden Precepts” for the daily use of Lanoos. Verbatim Publishing, Lagos. [1889]
  • Blinder, C. (2000) A self-made surrealist: ideology and aesthetics in the work of Henry Miller. Camden House, Rochester.
  • Bloshteyn, M.R. (2007) The making of a countercultural icon: Henry Miller’s Dostoevsky. University of Toronto, Toronto.
  • Branko, A. (2008) The unpublished correspondence of Henry Miller and Andre Breton, the steady rock 1947-1950. Nexus: The International Henry Miller Journal, 5.
  • Brassai. (1993) The eye of Paris. Houk Friedman Gallery, New York.
  • Breton, A. (1969) Manifestoes of Surrealism. Ann Arbor Paperbacks, Belford. [1924/1929]
  • Breton, A. (1994) Nadja. Grove Press, New York. [1928]
  • Breton, A. (1998) The automatic message. Atlas Anti-Classics, London. [1933]
  • Booth, W. (1983) Rhetoric of fiction. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.
  • Brown, J.D. (1986) Henry Miller: Literature in life. Bookpoint Publishing, Abingdon.
  • Bucke, R.M. (2007) Cosmic consciousness: A study of the evolution of the human mind. Book Jungle, Melbourne. [1901]
  • Burwick, F. and Douglass, P. (2010) The crisis in modernism: Bergson and the vitalist controversy. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  • Bussine, L. (1998) Beyond reason: art and psychosis - works from the Prinzhorn Collection. University of California Press, Oakland
  • Calonne, D. S. (1996) Anaïs Nin, Henry Miller and psychoanalysis. In: Herron, P. (ed.) Anaïs Nin: A book of mirrors Huntingdon Woods, MI.
  • Calonne, D.S. (2000) Samhadi All the Time: Henry Miller and Buddhism. Stoker. 67
  • Calonne, D.S. (2014) Henry Miller. Reaktion Books, London.
  • Celine, L.F. (2006) Journey to the end of night. New Directions, New York. [1932]
  • Chattopadhyay, R. (1999) Swami Vivekananda in India: A corrective biography. Motilal Banarsidass, Delhi.
  • Clarke, J.J. (1997) Oriental enlightenment: The encounter between Asian and Western thought. Routledge, London.
  • Cohn, D. (2000) The distinction of fiction. John Hopkins University Press, Baltimore.
  • Coleman, G. (2006) The Tibetan book of the dead. Penguin, London.
  • Colls, R. (2013) George Orwell: English rebel. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  • Collins, S. (1985) Buddhism in recent British philosophy and Theology. Religious Studies, Vol. 21, No. 4.
  • Cowe, J. (2013) Frederick Turner, Renegade: Henry Miller and the Making of Tropic of Cancer. Journal of American Studies, 47, 3, p.215.
  • Cowe, J. (2014) Indrek Manniste, Henry Miller: The Inhuman Artist. Journal of American Studies, 48, p.148.
  • Cowe, J. (2015) What Are You Going To Do About Max?: Understanding Anti-Semitism in Max. Nexus: The International Henry Miller Journal, Vol. 13.
  • Dearborn, M.V. (1991) The happiest man alive: A biography of Henry Miller. Simon&Schuster, New York.
  • Decker, J.M. (2005) Henry Miller: Constructing the self, rejecting modernity. Routledge, London.
  • Deleuze, G and Guattari, F. (1987) A thousand plateaus: capitalism and schizophrenia. University of Minnesota, Duluth.
  • Durrell, L. (2012) The black book. Faber and Faber, London. [1938]
  • Foucault, M. (1978) The history of sexuality. Vinatge Publishing, New York. [1976]
  • Franklin, J. J. (2008) The lotus and the lion. Cornell University Press, Ithaca.
  • Fowlie, W. (1975) Letters of Henry Miller and Wallace Fowlie 1943-72. Grove Press, New York.
  • Glicksberg, C. (1970) The sexual revolution in modern American literature. Springer Publishing, Cham.
  • Gordon, W.A. (1968) The mind and art of Henry Miller. Jonathan Cape, London.
  • Gottesman, R. (1992) Critical essays on Henry Miller. G.K. Hall, New York.
  • Grana, C and Grana, M. (1990) On bohemia: The code of the self-exiled. Transaction Publishers, New Jersey.
  • Greeley, R.A. (2006) Surrealism and the Spanish civil war. Yale University Press, New Haven.
  • Guerlac, S. (2006) Thinking in time: An introduction to Henri Bergson. Cornell University Press, Ithaca.
  • Gutkind, E. (1937) The absolute collective: A philosophical attempt to overcome our broken state. C.W. Daniel Co, London.
  • Hall, M.P. (1975) The phoenix: An illustrated review of occultism and philosophy. Philosophical Research Society, Los Angeles. [1932]
  • Harap, L. (2003) Image of the Jew in American literature: From early republic to mass immigration. Syracuse University Press, Syracuse.
  • Hassan, I. (1967) The literature of silence: Henry Miller and Samuel Beckett. Knopf Publishing, New York.
  • Hesse, H. (2013) Siddhartha. Simon &Brown Publishing, Hollywood, Fl. [1951]
  • Howe, E.G. (1972) War dance: A study of the psychology of war. Garland Publishing, New York. [1937]
  • Howe, E.G. (1965) Cure or heal?: A study of therapeutic experience. George Allen&Unwin Publishing, London
  • Howe, E.G. (1942) The open way: A study of acceptance. Methuen Publishing, London.
  • Howe, E.G. (1951) The triumphant spirit: A study of depression. Faber &Faber, London.
  • Humphrey, R. (1978) Children of fantasy: The first rebels of Greenwich Village. John Wiley &Sons, New Jersey.
  • Hutchison, E.R. (1968) Tropic of cancer on trial: A case history of censorship. Grove Press, New York.
  • Huxley, A. (2009) The perennial philosophy: An interpretation of the great mystics, east and west. Harper Perennial Modern Classics, London.
  • Illich, I. (2000) Deschooling society. Marion Boyars Publishers, London. [1971]
  • Illich, I. (2001) Tools for conviviality. Marion Boyars Publishers, London. [1973]
  • Jashan, P. (2001) Henry Miller and the Surrealist Discourse of Excess. Peter Lang Publishers, Chem.
  • Jason, P.K. (1974) Anaïs Nin reader. Avon Books, New York.
  • Johnson, W.J. (2008) The bhagavad gita. Oxford World Classics, Oxford.
  • Kalupahana, D. (1984) Buddhist philosophy: A historical analysis. University of Hawaii, Honolulu.
  • King, R. (1999) Orientalism and Religion: Post Colonial Theory, India and ‘The Mystic East.’ In: Bloch, E. (ed.) Rethinking religion in India: The colonial construction of Hinduism. Routledge, London.
  • Ladenson, E. (2012) Dirt for art’s sake: Books on trial from Madame Bovery to Lolita. Cornell University Press, Ithaca.
  • Lee, A. (1952) Henry Miller: The pathology of isolation in new world writing. Mentor Publishing, Dublin.
  • Lomas, D. (2000) The haunted self: Surrealism, psychoanalysis, subjectivity. Yale University Press, New Haven.
  • Lusthaus, D. (2003) Buddhist phenomenology: A philosophical investigation of Yogacara Buddhism and the Ch’eng Wei-shih Lun. Routledge, London.
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