A Literate Passion: Letters of Anais Nin and Henry Miller, 1932-1953
The impassioned relationship between Anais Nin and Henry Miller is further explored in this exchange of letters, written over a period of twenty-some years. Here is one of the richest and most intimate correspondences in literary history.
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Frankness?User Review - FruitBat - Borders
A review of this book states that it "may startle some with its frankness". Surely not!... this book paints a portrait and reveals a side of both writers that is not particularly seen in their work ... Read full review
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Alfred Perles Allendy Alraune American Anais Nin Anyway arrived artist Barbizon beautiful believe Bern Porter Biographical Notes Black Spring Bradley cable cafe Clichy coming D. H. Lawrence Dear Anais diary dream Eduardo Elie Faure Emil everything feel felt Fraenkel France Fred French Friday fuck Girodias give Guiler happy hate Henry Miller hope House of Incest Hugh Hugo human hurt imagine journal June Kahane Lawrence leave letter live look Louveciennes Lowenfels marvellous mean mind Monday mood never Nin's novel Obelisk Press Paris perhaps published realize remember Rocamadour seems sent stay strange Street sure talk telegram tell terribly things thought told tomorrow tonight Tropic of Cancer understand Villa Seurat wait walk Winter of Artifice wish woman wonderful words write wrote yesterday York