AN INTERVIEW WITH HENRY MILLER

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AN INTERVIEW WITH HENRY MILLER

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Folkways Records, 1964.

"From June 3 to June 7, 1962 Henry Miller was in Minneapolis, Minnesota to meet members of the Henry Miller Literary Society, and during his stay he spent many hours discussing a wide variety of subjects with, among others, Edward P. Schwartz, the president of the society, and Thomas H. Moore, the Secretary. He also talked informally with radio interviewer Audrey June Booth, with Mr.Schwartz and Mr. Moore in the studio with him. The interview was a particularly illuminating one and Mr. Miller referred to it, in a letter to the Society, as "Probably the best interview I have ever had." It is here included in its entirety, with the exception of Miss Booth's introductory remarks and the closing comments of Mr. Schwartz and Mr. Moore."

Above text taken from the paper insert included with the record.

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Condition: Sleeve, Near Mint, vinyl Near Mint. Paper pamphlet insert in Mint condition.