Henry and June

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Penguin Adult, Oct 25, 2001 - Fiction - 288 pages
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Drawn from journals, this book is an account of a woman's sexual awakening, covering a single momentous year - 1931-32, in Paris, when June fell in love with Henry Miller, undermining her own idealized marriage. The question of the outcome of June Miller's return to Paris dominates her thoughts.

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User Review  - PiperUp - LibraryThing

I made it almost 50 pages into this book & realized Anais Nin was a selfish whore. I'm all for discovering & exploring your sexuality...but not with multiple partners when you're married. The writing ... Read full review

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User Review  - bkwurm - LibraryThing

This love story (or "erotic awakening" as it is sometimes described) is taken directly from the journals of Ana´s Nin, whose prose is utterly unique--a cross between the direct simplicity of Ernest ... Read full review

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About the author (2001)

Anais Nin (1903-1977) was a French-born author of Catalan, Cuban and Danish descent. She became famous for her erotica, as well as for her published diaries, which span more than sixty years, beginning when she was eleven years old and ending shortly before her death.

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