Plexus (The Rosy Crucifixion)  

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Plexus (1953) is the second book in Henry Miller's fictionalized account of his early life with his second wife, Mona, known as The Rosy Crucifixion. Plexus describes the troubles of Miller's marriage to Mona, which is a pseudonym for his second wife June.

The first of The Roxy Crucifixion was Sexus and the third one was Nexus.



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