Henry and June
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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LibraryThing ReviewUser 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
LibraryThing ReviewUser 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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Henry and June: From a Journal of Love : the Unexpurgated Diary of Ana´s Nin ...
No preview available - 1989