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“Henry Miller.” In Double Exposure: A Gallery of the Celebrated with Commentary by the Equally Celebrated, compiled and photographed by Roddy McDowall, 168–169. New York: Delacorte. Essay. Rpt: As “An Appreciation of Henry Miller” in 72.7, 82.19 and in the premier issue of Black Messiah (1981), published by Vagabond Press, Ellensburg, Wash., where Mailer adds a footnote noting that he saw Miller in 1975 or 1976 “out in Pacific Palisades. We did a TV show together, and he was blind in one eye, had to use a walker to move about and was still sensational.” See 76.12, 77.11.