MILLER, Henry. Love Between The Sexes.

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MILLER, Henry Love Between The Sexes New York: Greenwich Books Ltd, 1978

Oblong 8vo, black stiff card wrappers with illustration by Tom Bloom, [pp.20], light dust soiling to front cover, near fine.
First edition limited to 276 copies, this copy out of series and signed by the author. This copy also inscribed by the publisher Roger Richards at end paper addressed to the writer Gregory Corso to whom it belonged.
Love Between The Sexes delves deeper into Miller's uncompromising sexual and romantic philosophies, famously explored in his scandalous book The World of Sex (1940). Offering up his modern objections to the prevailing romantic protcols operating under the 'Puritanism of the Americans', he makes reference to subjects as varied as Hermann Hesse, Sophia Loren and the famous Medieval lovers Heloise and Abelard. Miller argues that romance and sexual freedoms are now artifical affectations lacking the crucial depth and realistic tragedy needed to form the foundation of a 'true love'.