Translated to Arabic, 'Black sprint', a book of 10 short stories by American writer Henry Miller, first published in 1936 in Paris. These stories were written while Miller was living in a suburb of Paris, some stories evoke Miller's early life in New York and his searing reflections on the US - and others evoke his time in Paris. All set in the early 1900s. First published in Paris in 1936, not published until 1963 because of obscenity laws.
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Miller, Henry (1891-1980) هنري ميللر
Dar al Mada, Beirut 2013
14 x 20 cm
Translated Fiction - Short Stories - (sexual content) American
Ten short stories make up this collection, all translated to Arabic. - The Fourteenth Ward - A Saturday Afternoon - Third or Fourth Day of Spring - The Angel is My Watermark! - The Tailor Shop - Jabberwhorl Cronstadt - Into the Night Life - Walking Up and Down - Burlesk - Megalopolitan Maniac