Henry and June: From a Journal of Love: The Unexpurgated Diary of Anais Nin, 1931-1932 Quotes

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"Abnormal pleasures kill the taste for normal ones." p. 4

"When he first stepped out of the car and walked towards the door where I stood waiting, I saw a man I liked. In his writing he is flamboyant, virile, animal, magnificent. He's a man whom life makes drunk." p. 6

"There are two ways to reach me: by the way of kisses or by the way of the imagination." p. 8

"All Henry's instincts are good, not in the nauseating Christian sense but in the simple human sense." p. 39

"June has no ideas, no fantasies of her own." p. 45

"I am trapped between the beauty of June and the genius of Henry." p. 4

"Writers make love to whatever they need." p. 54

"Writing is not, for us, an art, but breathing." p. 58

"What will you do after you have revealed all there is to know about June?" p. 65

"Both Henry and...

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