Anais nin and henry miller
A Literate Passion Quotes by Anais Nin
Anais Nin and Henry Miller, at the end
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About Correspondence deserving of a wider audience. Sign up for the weekly newsletter. Follow Letters of Note Archives Many fascinating letters currently in total can be found in the archives, here. Alternatively, below are the most popular. Random Letter. Thursday, 21 February Don't expect me to be sane anymore.
Subscribe to News Subscribe to Comments. Had to console Henry for his one failure: the American book. His worst book. I hope it is the deadly effect of America on him and not the disintegration I have seen take place now in every artist around me who has abandoned himself to his every whim, lack of discipline, fancy, dadaism, his instinct, negativism, that falling apart of the self-indulgent, the liberated unconscious, the loss of contact with human reality. I am concerned over Henry. In freeing him, protecting him, I have nurtured both his dream and his weakness.
A Literate Passion: Letters of Anais Nin Henry Miller, by Anais Nin. “Anais, I don't know how to tell you what I feel. But laugh, Anais, I love to hear you laugh.
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