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Taken from the original uncensored journals of Anaïs Nin Henry and June spans a single year in Nin's life when she discovers love and torment in one insatiable couple From late 1931 to the end of 1932 Nin falls in love with Henry Miller's writing and his wife June's striking beauty When June leaves Paris for New York Henry and Anaïs begin a fiery affair that liberates her sexually and morally but also undermines her marriage and eventually leads her into psychoanalysis As she grapples with her own conscience a single question dominates her thoughts What will happen when June returns to Paris? An intimate account of one woman's sexual awakening Henry and June exposes the pain and pleasure felt by a single person trapped between two loves


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    How does one review published diaries? According to literary merit? Though Anais Nin is a beautiful insightful writer I feel strange talking about her writing style when discussing a section of her journal What I will talk about instead is the way that books often come into your life at a time when you need them It happened to me once with 1984 when I needed to crystalize exactly why writing was so important to me then again with Everything is Illuminated when I needed to be encouraged back into writing after I'd stopped for a long time I was inspired to walk into a bookstore and purchase Henry and June a week or two ago because I've been doing a lot of self examination recently and having heard a lot about Anais Nin I thought her journals would be the best thing to accompany me on the beginning of my journey Originally I'd wanted a full volume of her journals but everything was sold out so I ended up buying Henry and Juneand since I'd never read her before I thought it would be a good introductionI am so grateful that this book came into my life when it did All I knew about Nin before reading it had to do with the sex she had People love to sensationalize and so when one hears the name Anais Nin one automatically thinks sexual awakening deviance erotica What amazed me was how much we had in common outside of that the insecurities the way in which we see men and the world the positive and negative aspects of a Catholic upbringing and most importantly the ongoing battle between loving submission and intellectual assertiveness how difficult it is to be a strong woman while still holding on to one's emotional vulnerability I learned so much from her insightsand while I won't be having three or four lovers any time soon heh I appreciate the spirit of adventure with which she tried to live her life It's something I hope to emulate in my own wayI cried wept as I read the last paragraph of Henry and June because it magically captured exactly where I am at this moment in my lifeLast night I wept I wept because the process by which I have become woman was painful I wept because I was no longer a child with a child's blind faith I wept because my eyes were opened to reality to Henry's selfishness June's love of power my insatiable creativity which must concern itself with others and cannot be sufficient to itself I wept because I could not believe any and I love to believe I can still love passionately without believing That means I love humanly I wept because from now on I will weep less I wept because I have lost my pain and I am not yet accustomed to its absenceHow did she know?