Miller S Groundbreaking First Novel, Banned In Britain For Almost Thirty Years, Now Reinvigorated In A New Harper Perennial Modern Classics Edition. A Penniless And As Yet Unpublished Writer, Henry Miller Arrived In Paris In 1930. Leaving Behind A Disintegrating Marriage And An Unhappy Career In America, He Threw Himself Into The Low-Life Of Bohemian Paris With Unwavering Gusto. A Fictional Account Of Miller S Adventures Amongst The Prostitutes And Pimps, The Penniless Painters And Writers Of Montparnasse, Tropic Of Cancer Is An Extravagant And Rhapsodic Hymn To A World Of Unrivalled Eroticism And Freedom. Tropic Of Cancer S 1934 Publication In France Was Hailed By Samuel Beckett As A Momentous Event In The History Of Modern Writing . The Novel Was Subsequently Banned In The Uk And The Usa And Not Released For Publication For A Further Thirty Years.

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