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Anaïs Nin Herself: Read Selections from Her Diaries, 1931-34

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Nin discusses the differences she had with her father, paints a vivid portrait of the experience of childbirth, and describes a voluptuous female beauty at a women's bath.
Audio, 40 pages
Published January 1st 1993 by Audio Partners (first published September 1992)
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Catherine
Feb 02, 2014 rated it it was amazing
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A beautiful experience to hear Anais' words in her own voice. Any constant reader of her work would cherish the opportunity. My only complaint is that there wasn't enough of it!
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French-born novelist, passionate eroticist and short story writer, who gained international fame with her journals. Spanning the years from 1931 to 1974, they give an account of one woman's voyage of self-discovery. "It's all right for a woman to be, above all, human. I am a woman first of all." (from The Diary of Anaïs Nin, vol. I, 1966)

Anaïs Nin was largely ignored until the 1960s. Today she is
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