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Henry and June - From The Unexpurgated Diary of Anaïs Nin Aan Het Begin Van De Jaren Dertig Ontmoet Ana S Nin, Die Getrouwd Is Met De Zeer Welgestelde Maar Keurige Saaie Bankier Hugo Guiler, De Dan Nog Onbekende Schrijver Henry Miller In Parijs Die Leidt Een Ongeregeld En In Nins Ogen Uiterst Romantisch Leven Hij Voelt Zich Onmiddellijk Tot Haar Aangetrokken, En Zijn Tot Hem N Tot Zijn Beeldschone Vriendin June Er Ontwikkelt Zich Een Driehoeksrelatie, Die Even Heftig Als Verwarrend Is En Waar Niemand Zonder Kleerscheuren Uit Komt Overrompelende Verliefdheid, Turbulente Erotiek, Dramatische Afloop In Nins Leven Gaat Niets Gewoon Zijn Gangetje En De Gepassioneerde Liefde Heeft Een Onverwachte Weerslag Op Haar Huwelijksleven Met Hugo.In Een Prachtige, Heldere En Beeldende Stijl Schrijft Ana S Nin Over De Hemel Van De Liefde En Over De Hel.


About the Author: Anaïs Nin

French born novelist, passionate eroticist and short story writer, who gained international fame with her journals Spanning the years from 1931 to 1974, they give an account of one woman s voyage of self discovery It s all right for a woman to be, above all, human I am a woman first of all from The Diary of Ana s Nin, vol I, 1966 Ana s Nin was largely ignored until the 1960s Today she is



10 thoughts on “Henry and June - From The Unexpurgated Diary of Anaïs Nin

  1. says:

    How does one review published diaries According to literary merit Though Anais Nin is a beautiful, insightful writer, I feel strange talking about her writing style when discussing a section of her journal What I will talk about instead is the way that books often come into your life at a time when you need them It happened to me once with 1984 when I needed to crystalize exactly why writing was so important to me , then again with Everything is Illuminated when I needed to be encouraged back into wri


  2. says:

    Dear Ana s, You think too much You need to act your age Get a job Honor your marriage vows or get a divorce You re like a teenager with a tattered, doodled spiral bound notebook and a Starbucks prepaid account app Or like one of our modern day hipsters, a trustafarian thinking you re so edgy in your ragged velvet dress with the holes in the elbows, going against convention in dive caf s and be...


  3. says:

    The fear of reality and its tearingThe writing of Ana s Nin has an intoxicating force, it comes from a long daily practice, the keeping of his diary touches closer to his emotions and offers us an authenticity that does not have the fiction She evokes the deception of literature We read books and we expect life to be just as full of interest and intensity And, of course, it is not She analyzes with keenness, her search for total love, the passion in what she has of destruction and change, the suffering of j


  4. says:

    Henry and June is the type of journal that makes me want to highlight passage after passagesince journals so often have the types of personal reflections that are hard to achieve in pure fiction I did get bored with it fast, though Maybe because after the first few instances of lust, jealousy, psychoanalysis, and then lust, jealousy, and psychoanalysis, it was pretty much the same events and observations repeating themselves in different forms But then again, journals aren t supposed to be designed to engage the reader t


  5. says:

    This is the kind of book I love reading I am delighted to find Anais Nin She is extraordinary.Her writing is brilliant or shall I say terrific She writes short sentences packed with meaning I trust her voice completely There are no back thoughts She is writing for herself One can easily sense this in short, crisp and beautifully worded sentences While reading this book, I also felt that this could easily be a novel.At times, her writing, in certain parts of her journals, reminds me of D H Lawrence, but soon her style, honesty, t


  6. says:

    I can t remember the first time I read Nin s short stories I was probably technically a bit too young for that kind of stuff my mom left all her books laying around and did not really believe in hiding the R rated material , but I also feel weirdly lucky I was exposed to her writing early because it clearly influenced my ideas about sex in what I believe to be a positive way Her emphasis on sensuality, her honesty and frankness about the beautiful and complicated emotions that go with sex, the diversity of her characters, her female ch


  7. says:

    Is Anais Nin a good writer Ought we take her seriously Apparently some do, but the description on the back of the Penguin edition about sums up this book, culled from the unexpurgated diaries of Ms Nin during the period in which writer Henry Miller and his wife June Masefield figure large on her horizon it is a compelling account of a woman s sexual and emotional awakening If you don t groan at that charmless phrase, variations of which are so thoughtlessly used to describe any risque tome penned by a woman, you may enjoy Henry and June here


  8. says:

    While reading this I was thinking that Anais is a narcissistic bitch, which I don t really necessarily hold against her I m sure it makes reading her journals interesting than it would be otherwise On one hand she comes off as so egotistical, spending the majority of her pages on how wonderful other people think she is Oh, you are so beautiful you are so wonderful I love you than I could ever love another woman you are everything to me So on and so forth On the other hand, she is incredibly insecure She even admits she is constantly striking poses


  9. says:

    I ve read Delta of Venus and Little Birds , which I enjoyed, but until I read this I had not realized what an incredible writer Nin is I also thought it was really interesting to see Henry Miller through her eyes I have read ...


  10. says:

    Having first read this book at the age of 22, I have to say that my perspective on it 7 years later is dramatically different I did not experience the profound liberation that I did when reading Henry June the second time around I once considered Nin to be a strong, sexually heroic figure, but now my opinion is that, during this time of her life, she was mostly confused, self destructive and pawned her behavior off on the idea of naivity Don t get me wrong, I feel that the love she experienced for Henry Miller was beautiful, although unfortunately damaging to her


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