Quiet Days in Clichy
Wydawnictwo: Penguin Books
Looking back to Henry Miller's bohemian life in 1930s Paris, when he was an obscure, penniless writer, Quiet Days in Clichy is a love letter to a city. As he describes nocturnal wanderings through shabby Montmartre streets, cafés and bars, sexual liaisons and volatile love affairs, Miller brilliantly evokes a period that would shape his entire life and oeuvre.
'His writing is flamboyant, torrential, chaotic, treacherous, and dangerous' Anais Nin