Henry and June: From a Journal of Love: The Unexpurgated Diary of Anais Nin, 1931-1932 - pages 108-144 Summary & Analysis

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pages 108-144 Summary and Analysis

April 1932

Miller expresses his dislike of faithless women. There is a definite double standard in that Miller is perfectly all right with living out every fantasy with whatever woman he chooses, yet becomes angry if a woman should want to do the same. It is clear that Miller wants to possess Nin as well as Mansfield. There are also other relationships that seem to be equally intense.

In this entry, Nin claims that while both Hugo and Miller need her, if there was a time she would be forced to make a choice, Hugo would be the one without question.

Hugo is steady while Miller lives like a gust of wind.

Eduardo tells Nin that while she may have loved, she has never submitted to anyone like she has to Miller. Eduardo also fears Nin's journal and the secrets...

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