The second sensational volume in the 'Rosy Crucifixion' trilogy from the controversal and brilliant Henry Miller.When Henry Miller left America for Paris in the 1930s to lead the life of a literary bohemian, he called this death of his former existence and his resurrection as a writer a 'rosy crucifixion'. This dramatic transformation provided the leitmotif for some of Miller's finest writing, embodying everything he felt about self-liberation and the true life of the spirit.'Plexus', the second volume in the trilogy, tells the story of the early days of Miller's turbulent second marriage, his impoverished life in New York and his first steps towards being a writer.
Plexus (Harper Perennial Modern Classics)
Mind, Body & Spirit