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Summary

Tropic of Capricorn is the sequel to Tropic of Cancer but stands alone as a fascinating account of Miller's early life in 1920's New York.

As with the other Tropic, it is a landmark masterpiece that was also banned on grounds of obscenity in the US. Henry Miller is undoubtedly one of America's greatest writers of the 20th century, and his contributions to literature and free speech still remain relevant and fascinating.

Ian McShane's rendition is wonderfully rich and layered, making this audiobook a great listen.

©1957 The Estate of Henry Miller (P)2009 Allure

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