Review of Henry and June by Anais Nin

Invigorating, erotic, and helplessly relatable to those who consider themselves Romantics. Nin is a soul who branches out to many lovers, whose identity is both made up and masked by her affairs. Her contradicting heart makes this piece of auto-biographical literature tumultuous and addicting. You may stray in its pages, perhaps even finding bits of yourself within its introspection's. Both analyst, adventurer, and creator, Anaïs Nin will shock and entrance you with her declarations of freedom. Like all those who have, you may even fall in love with her illusion.

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