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Henry Miller's Insomnia with original signed lithograph  

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Insomnia or The Devil at Large

Miller, Henry

Garden City, New York

Doubleday & Company, Inc.



Quarto. Full black morocco binding, with gilt stamping. Housed in the publisher's black cloth slipcase. First edition, #90 of 100 copies in English signed by Miller and accompanied by an original lithograph signed and dated by Miller. The lithograph was limited to 150 numbered copies, 50 of which were included with the limited French-language edition of this work.

The irrepressible Miller's confessional record of his year-long infatuation, at the age of 75, with a 25-year-old Japanese singer named Hoki Tokuda who worked in a Hollywood piano bar.

Donated by johnson rare books & archives, Covina, CA in memory of William Dailey.

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A fine copy.

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