Miller and Literary Criticism

  • Finn Jensen


A detailed presentation of the studies of Henry Miller in recent years.


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  3. Blanchot, Maurice, 1995 (1949), The Work of Fire, Transl. by Charlotte Mandell, Stanford, Stanford University PressGoogle Scholar
  4. Blinder, Caroline, 2000, A Self-Made Surrealist: Ideology and Aesthetics in the Work of Henry Miller, Woodbridge, Suffolk, Camden HouseGoogle Scholar
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  8. Decker, James, 2005, Henry Miller and Narrative Form: Constructing the Self, Rejecting Modernity, New York, RoutledgeGoogle Scholar
  9. ———, 1999, The Formless Sexist. Reassessing Henry Miller, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Roger Jackson, PublisherGoogle Scholar
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  14. ———, 1968, Writer & Critic. A Correspondence with Henry Miller, Louisiana State University PressGoogle Scholar
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  26. Nesbit, Thomas, 2007, Henry Miller and Religion, New York, RoutledgeGoogle Scholar
  27. Parkin, John, 1990, Henry Miller: The Modern Rabelais, Lewiston, Edwin Mellen PressGoogle Scholar
  28. Turner, Frederick, 2011, Renegade: Henry Miller and the Making of Tropic of Cancer, New Haven, Yale University PressGoogle Scholar
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  • Finn Jensen
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  1. 1.University of CopenhagenCopenhagenDenmark

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