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From the 1992 edition of Incest: From “A Journal of Love” by Anaïs Nin. Here is the continuation of the story begun in Henry and June. Few writings explore a woman’s love life in such detail, with such subtlety, insight, and pain, as does Anaïs Nin’s original, uncensored diary.
It is a life record that deals openly with the physical aspects of relationships and unsparingly with the full spectrum of psychological ramifications. Here was a woman who sought the freedom to act out her sexual and emotional desires with the same guiltless, “amoral” abandon that men have always claimed for themselves. Read More→