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Author QuotedHenri Miller
Title QuotedMurder the Murderer
Date (Year/Month/Day)1961/10/24
Imprint[S.l.] : [s.n.]. 1946
QuotationAlso many thanks for the books which have come not only from Ungar but also from Tuttle. All fine. And Henry Miller's too, which I have read mostly with a great deal of interest and sympathy, especially the essay on bread which is one of the best. He wrote Bob {MacGregor] that he liked the Suzuki exchange and this was encouraging. [Miller's] "Murder the Murderer"is in many ways like something I wrote at the time, on a much smaller scale, in The Secular Journal.
Quotation SourceThomas Merton and James Laughlin: Selected Letters.; Edited by David D. Cooper. / New York: W.W. Norton. 1997, p. 181
Letter toJames Laughlin
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