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.
Such a disappointment, having been fired up somewhat by her short story collections I was pretty keen and excited to get into a bigger book to see where she went with it. Okay, so it's set as a journal, but, oh-dear, I found it interminable drivel
..." coming out as frustration and a sort-of unrequited lesbian infatuation, or was it? I'll never know... pah! It abruptly ended my love affair with Anais Nin anyhow.Continua...Nascondi