Literary Nonfiction. A 1937 Henry Miller letter, accompanied by essays from Leon-Paul Fargue (translated from the French by Anna Moschovakis), Elie Faure (translated from the French by Jeanine Herman), and William Saroyan. Photographs by Rudy Burckhardt.
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