68 pp., illustrated with several b/w photo reproductions; 8vo, brown cloth and decorative boards. The author first encountered Henry Miller's books as a young man in Paris in 1948. He began a correspondence with Miller the following year and eventually a friendship sprang up with many visit's to Miller's Big Sur home. #8 in an edition of 100 signed copies. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: FROM A DIFFERENT ANGLE: A Personal Memoir of...
Publisher: Roger Jackson (1997)
Publication Date: 1997
Book Condition: Fine
Edition: First edition, signed, limited
Book Description Roger Jackson, Publisher, Ann Arbor, 1997. Hardcover. 68p., frontis-portrait of Miller, rubricated title page, foreword, well-reproduced b&w photos, letters from Miller to Young, fine first edition limited to 100 copies signed by the author, this is #92, includes a separate inscription signed "Bob" from the author to a major Bay Area bibliophile, hand bound in boards and black cloth with paper title labels on front cover and spine. Personal memoir by Young of his long friendship with the author. All but one of the photos are snapshots by the author, the one being a snapshot of him taken by Emil White. Bookseller Inventory # 212376
Book Description Roger Jackson, Publisher, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: Collectible-Fine. First Edition. One of eight lettered copies bound in full leather for the author. This is copy 'F'. 67 pages; illustrations; bound in full leather (5 3/4 x 8 3/4 inch). The first part is a memoir of Henry Miller and the author's time spent with him in Big Sur in August, 1951 at Miller's home. Series of photographs showing Henry, his 3rd wife Lepska, their children and the hide-a-way home where he wrote and painted. The second part is an account of Henry Miller, written after his death, for the magazine 'Writer's Digest'. Bookseller Inventory # 11570