Henry and June by Anaïs Nin

This assembly of Anaïs Nin’s diary tells of her one-year love affair with Henry Miller and her infatuation with his wife, June. Nin’s writing is beautiful and immensely self-aware. She captures the shifting feelings of love and passion, plus all the crazed nuances of her relationships. The story is more mentally than sexually explicit.

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