Henry and June: From a Journal of Love: The Unexpurgated Diary of Anais Nin, 1931-1932 - pages 53-107; March 1932 Summary & Analysis

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pages 53-107; March 1932 Summary and Analysis

March 1932

Nin meets Miller at the Café de la Rotonde. Nin admits that Miller frightens her with his fierceness and sensuality. Nin is hypnotized.

Nin is torn between Miller and Mansfield. Each offers something different and Nin needs release.

Miller tells Nin that her work shows great possibility.

In Nin's eye, romanticism often outlives reality. The emotions are there long after the practicality has gone.

Miller sees Nin as being fragile and says that she needs a man, not a boy like Hugo.

Nin and Miller continue to write love letters. Nin is happy to finally be able to submit to a man.

Hugo likes Nin's new openness and dotes on his wife. The sex is better. During one of their dinners, Nin escapes to the ladies room to read a letter from Miller. Nin believes that...

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