Incest: From a Journal of Love -The Unexpurgated Diary of Anais Nin (1932-1934) (Harvest Book)

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This book reveals secrets so shocking that they were suppressed when Anais Nin began publishing her diaries in 1966. The material, from "A Journal of Love", could not be published in Nin's lifetime for fear of offending the living. With the publication of "Henry and June", the world learned about Nin's scandalous affair with both Henry Miller and his wife June. Now, for the first time, Nin tells of regular incest with her father Joaquin Nin, a famous pianist; her simultaneous relationships with her husband, the analysts Otto Rank and Rene Allendym and the writer Antonin Artaud; of her love for her homosexual cousin Eduarso, and her desire for Ana Maria, another cousin.

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