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  • Paperback
  • 316 pages
  • Nexus (The Rosy Crucifixion, #3)
  • Henry Miller
  • English
  • 14 April 2018
  • 0802151787

10 thoughts on “Nexus (The Rosy Crucifixion, #3)

  1. says:

    Nexus Rosy Crucifixion, Book 3 , Henry MillerThe Rosy Crucifixion, a trilogy consisting of Sexus 1949 the first volume, Plexus 1953 , the second volume, and Nexus 1959 , the final installment In Nexus Miller finds himself an outsider in his own marriage, as Mona s relationship with Anastasia Jean Kronski grows, with the pair finally abandoning Miller to travel to Paris 2004 138 Nexus Rosy Crucifixion, Book 3 , Henry MillerThe Rosy Crucifixion, a trilogy consisting of Sexus 1949 the first volume,...


  2. says:

    Loving and loathing accepting and rejecting grasping and disdaining longing and spurning this is the disease of the mind Reading Nexus I quite often had an impression that I was reading some contemporary version of The Ship of Fools Think of the military, with their perpetual talk of the enemy Think of the clergy, with their perpetual talk of sin and damnation Think of the legal fraternity, with their perpetual talk of fine and imprisonment Think of the medical profession, with their p Loving and loathing accepting and rejecting grasping and disdaining longing and spurning this is the disease of the mind Reading Nexus I quite often had an impression that I was reading some contemporary version of The Ship of Fools Think of the military, with their perpetual talk of the enemy Think of the clergy, with their perpetual talk of sin and damnation Think of the legal fraternity, with their perpetual talk of fine and imprisonment Think of the medical profession, with their perpetual talk of disease and death And our educators, the greatest fools ever, with their parrot like rote and their innate inability to accept any idea unless it be a hundred or a thousand years old As for those who govern the world, there you have the most dishonest, the most hypocritical, the most deluded and the most unimaginative beings imaginable Henry Miller at time glides and at times s...


  3. says:

    You ll like Nexus if, like me, you re not hung up on plot and want to sink into ideas, regardless of their sequence flow The book is basically a waiting room Miller s killing time in Brooklyn before he can transform himself as writer in Paris In the meantime, he s got a lot to say about love, family, sex, writing, god, death, and pretty well everything.Nexus is the third in a series, so if you haven t read the first two, you get the impression you re missing out on the specifics as to how h You ll li...


  4. says:

    There is an element of the exotic and the animalistic in Miller, but at his core, he is a typical and rebellious American He is equally at home comparing himself to a dog or to Jesus, and through these images, he traces his evolution from Wastrel to Want Not Prophet, from his dingy childhood to idyllic Paris On the surface, it is easy to see oneself in Miller s desperate attempts to sort out love, work, money, and art and really, Miller is so likable in this last installment of The Rosy Cr There is an element of the exotic and the animalistic in Miller, but at his core, he is a typical and rebellious American He is equally at home comparing himself to ...


  5. says:

    Emergency Emergency Animal control we have a wild penis on loose Help Woof Woof Ladies hold on to your knickers as if that mattershahaha I m back in town darlings The horny uncouth bastard, so save your vanities and say hello to Mr Henry Miller Sexual claustrophobia and unrestrained gusto for life made me churn out vulgar visceral depiction of what is christened as ,M nage trois gone down the drainMona s a.k.a Mara romps with her eccentric fuckaree lover Stasia drove Emergency Emergency Animal control we have a wild penis on loose Help Woof Woof Ladies hold on to your knickers as if that mattershahaha I m back in town darlings The horny uncouth bastard, so save your vanities and say hello to Mr Henry Miller Sexual claustrophobia and unrestrained gusto for life made me churn out vulgar visceral depiction of what is christened as ,M nage trois gone down the drainMona s a.k.a Mara romps with her ecc...


  6. says:

    Not as good as the first two parts I don t know why i hate Mona, the feeling was there when she first appeared, here it was clear Mona has a bad influence on Miller Not only in his life but even when he writes about her.Only three remarkable parts deserve to be mentioned Trying to get a job at Hobson and Hotbein where he met Jim His discussion about literature in ch.16 The last chapter.If we didn t know what s happened to Miller in his first years in Paris we would be dying to read about Not as good as the first two parts I don t know why i hate Mona, the feeling was there when she first appeared, here it was clear Mona has a bad influence on Miller Not only in his life bu...


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