Henry Valentine Miller was born in Yorkville, United States on December 26, 1891 and died on June 7, 1980. Henry Miller was an American writer. He was known for breaking with existing literary forms, developing a new sort of semi-autobiographical novel that blended character study, social criticism philosophical reflection, explicit language, sex, and mysticism. Henry Miller was an exceptionally bright student, developing an early passion for reading. He particularly enjoyed adventure stories and literary classics. He is known for the work of his own personal experiences, including Tropic of Cancer, Black Spring and The Rosy Crucifixion Trilogy.
Miller is considered a “literary innovator” in whose works actual and imagined experiences became indistinguishable from each other. He also appeared in Films including The Henry Miller Odyssey and Reds.