Big Sur Region, CA
This place provides the backdrop for most of this book. It remains virtually unknown until 1937, when the Carmel-San Simeon Highway is built.
Anderson Creek, CA
This is an old convict shack located on the edge of a cliff where Henry Miller lives with his wife and daughter in 1946-47.
This is the area near Hollywood, CA where Henry Miller first lives after returning to the United States, June 1942-Feb. 1944.
This is Henry Miller's home after Paris, France, from June 1939 until the Nazi invasion forces him to return to the United States in early 1940.
This is a lonely place filled with poison ivy, flies, and rattlesnakes. It is home to novelist Norman Mini until he leaves and is succeeded as cook and handyman by Harvey.
The Millennium of Hieronymus Bosch
This is a coffee table book by Wilhelm Fr...
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