SexuseBook - 1987
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Sexus (1949) describes the break-up of Miller’s first marriage as he meets, falls in love with and marries his second wife, the captivating and mysterious dancer Mona (June). At the beginning of Sexus, Miller is 33 years old. June is at first called Mara, but at the beginning of chapter 8, and for the remainder of the trilogy, her name is changed to Mona. Miller states that this is under the influence of his friend Dr. Kronski, and that the name change accompanied "other, more significant changes." She is one who has changed many details of her life: "her name, her birthplace, her mother, her upbringing, her friends, her tastes, even her desires."
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