Tropic Of Cancer

Tropic Of Cancer

Tropic Of Cancer

Henry Miller was born in New York on December 26, 1891. He moved to Paris on March 4, 1930 to become a successful writer. His work, ?Tropic Of Cancer?, is probably one of the most unique, bizarre, and hilarious novels ever written in the history, and it is considered his premier work. In this autobiographical story, he portrayed his life in Paris, talked about whores he slept with, and spoke ill of his friends. He used a tremendous number of sexual, racial, and obscene expressions in the story.
His writing style was distinct from that of other well-educated authors in that it was just like street talk. Because of theses explicit sexual expressions, this book was banned in all English-speaking countries until 1961. What was he trying to tell us through the two hundred eighty six pages of *censored* As the readers flip the pages, they will find the following deep meanings behind the story: 1) he railed against the old conformity and tried to start the sexual revolution, 2) he condemned materialism and taught us the meaning of happiness, and 3) he portrayed the importance of time

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