Henry and June: From a Journal of Love: The Unexpurgated Diary of Anais Nin, 1931-1932 - pages 214-274 Summary & Analysis

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pages 214-274 Summary and Analysis

August 1932

Nin has ceased to be moved by Miller's letters. The only thing that is clear to Nin at this point is the fact that Miller has many defects. The defects stand out to Nin and take away from all other things. Perhaps Nin has decided to emotionally return to Hugo. Perhaps it is the physical absence from Miller. Even Nin is not sure. Whatever it is, it serves to make Nin restless beyond belief. Nin smokes and spends time in the garden. Nin does not want to write and feels disconnected. Nin wonders what has happened to her. At this point, Nin cannot stand her own company. There is too much introspection.

Hugo continues to dote and devote himself wholly to Nin. The relationships with other people do not seem to affect Hugo. Nin claims that Hugo's all...

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