Michael Fraenkel-Henry Miller Correspondence called Hamlet, Vols I & II

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The Michael Fraenkel-Henry Miller Correspondence called Hamlet, Volume I & II

Michael Fraenkel and Henry Miller; A. E. Larking (pen drawings); Colman Higgins (drawing) Published by Edition du Laurier / Carrefour, London, 1962 Originally published in 1939; Ribbon-tied wrappers with limp binding and yapp edges. 4 page groups still unsplit. 416pp. + 3 photographic portraits.

'Hamlet is used as a point of departure; and the sharp clash of personality between the authors serves to give dramatic form to the underlying theme which is the crisis of consciousness. Here is a bold, original attempt to state the modern problem in its ultimate terms and to fix Hamlet in a contemporary frame of reference.' With a front cover quotation by Harold Rosenberg. The book was designed and produced by Stylianos Marcou and Christodoulos Papas at the Aegean Press in London.

Good condition, the wrappers marked with top and bottom edge nics but internals are fresh and unopened. 

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