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Hormone Wars

A. Craig Copetas, 23 April 1992

Crazy Cock 
by Henry Miller.
HarperCollins, 202 pp., £14.99, March 1992, 0 00 223943 4
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The Happiest Man Alive 
by Mary Dearborn.
HarperCollins, 368 pp., £18.50, July 1991, 0 00 215172 3
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... fan, but after reading his long-lost novel Crazy Cock, which was located by Miller scholar Mary Dearborn, together with Dearborn’s biography of the quintessential American writer in Paris, I suspect that a couple of Buds combined with his romantic streak would have made Miller take the Bills without any regard ...

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Jill Roe, 18 February 1988

... early work. Of special significance are two lost Chicago novels, the previously-unpublished On Dearborn Street (where, between 1908 and 1915, Franklin worked in the National Women’s Trade Union League office) and The Net of Circumstance, which first appeared under the imprint of Mills and Boon in 1915 and was not seen again for sixty years, probably ...

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