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Start your review of Tropic of Cancer Write a review Sep 23, Jafar rated it it was amazing So, I was glancing through some of the reviews here and noticed that someone has totally disparaged this book because its hero is immoral.
It always bewilders me when people judge a book according to the moral judgment that they pass on its characters. Like when I was looking at the reviews of John Updikes Run, Rabbit and saw a woman saying that she hated the book because Angstrom left his wife twice in the book.
I was like, dont take it personally, lady; hes not your husband. A lot of people do it. They ignore the book and get too tangled up in how likeable the characters are. Someone should explain it to me. Should writers feel like their characters will be competing in a popularity contest in the minds of the readers?
Should we then only read books about angels floating happily in Heaven, doing good things? Who cares? Look at all that delicious writing instead, all the ranting and raving of a tormented and brilliant mind, and the brutal honesty of it. The beauty of this book lies somewhere else.
Tropic of Cancer
There is not a crumb of dirt anywhere, nor a chair misplaced. We are all alone here and we are dead. The first three sentences are: I call Henry Miller the greatest living author because I think he is. I do not call him a poet because he has never written a poem; he even dislikes poetry, I think. But everything he has written is a poem in the best as well as in the broadest sense of the word. The predominant note will seem one of bitterness, and bitterness there is, to the full.
El comienzo de 'Trópico de Cáncer'