This chapter introduces Henry Miller, as well as several writers who had a deep influence on his work. It looks at his focus as a writer and presents an analysis of his form, language and style in terms of influence and intertextuality. The chapter identifies the four overlapping forms of intertextuality in Miller, and shows his influence on the early twentieth-century image.
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