When Anais Nin met the writer Henry Miller, a man she though of as an
intellectual giant, and his beautiful wife June Mansfield, her life was
plunged into emotional and sexual turmoil. Her passionate involvement with
both of them, which contrasted profoundly with her attachment to her
husband Hugo, led to an inner conflict she was unable to resolve without
help. Henry and June is the account, taken from her diaries, of this
thrilling but impossible tangle of relationships and of Anais Nin's
personal and sexual awakening.

Anais Nin—Henry And June

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