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Conversations with Anaïs Nin

Author: Anaïs Nin; Wendy M DuBow
Publisher: Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, ©1994.
Series: Literary conversations series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Largely ignored by mainstream audiences for the first thirty years of her career, Anais Nin (1903-1977) finally came into her own with the publication of the first part of her diary in 1966. Thereafter she was catapulted into fame."--BOOK JACKET. "Throughout the late sixties and the seventies she attracted a host of devoted and admiring readers in the counter culture, who were magnetized by her personal liberation  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Nin, Anaïs, 1903-1977.
Conversations with Anaïs Nin.
Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, ©1994
(OCoLC)622810456
Named Person: Anaïs Nin; Anaïs Nin; Anaïs Nin; Anaïs Nin; Anaïs Nin
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Anaïs Nin; Wendy M DuBow
ISBN: 0878057196 9780878057191 087805720X 9780878057207
OCLC Number: 30511693
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xxii, 254 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Chronology --
Writers at work : Anaïs Nin talks with Frank Roberts / Frank Roberts --
Interview for Sweden --
Anaïs Nin : an era recalled / Marian C. Schlesinger --
Anaïs Nin on women's liberation / Clare Loeb --
Non-belligerent in the sex war / Michael McNay --
Portrait of Anaïs Nin / Susan Edmiston --
A conversation with Anaïs Nin / Keith Berwick --
Anaïs Nin on women / Judy Oringer --
A conversation with Anaïs Nin / Nancy Williamson, Evelyn Clark, and Barbara Reyes --
Anaïs Nin talks about being a woman / Vogue --
Personas unmasked in visit with Anaïs Nin / Susan Stocking --
Women in the arts : diarist Anaïs and Judy Chicago / Judy Chicago --
A heroine for feminists / Beverly Stephen --
New woman interviews a new woman : Anaïs Nin / Priscilla English --
Two interviews with Anaïs Nin / Karla Jay --
An interview with Anaïs Nin / Milton Hoffman --
Interview with Anaïs Nin / Studs Terkel --
The non-legend of Anaïs Nin / Fern Marja Eckman --
An interview with Anaïs Nin / Sharon Spencer --
A dialogue with Anaïs Nin / Barbara Freeman --
Interview with Anaïs Nin / Margaret Kaminski --
Anaïs Nin : an interview / William McBrien --
Anaïs Nin : an interview / Daniel Stern and Dominique Browning --
Link in the chain of feeling : an interview with Anaïs Nin / Jeffrey Bailey.
Series Title: Literary conversations series.
Responsibility: edited by Wendy M. DuBow.

Abstract:

"Largely ignored by mainstream audiences for the first thirty years of her career, Anais Nin (1903-1977) finally came into her own with the publication of the first part of her diary in 1966. Thereafter she was catapulted into fame."--BOOK JACKET. "Throughout the late sixties and the seventies she attracted a host of devoted and admiring readers in the counter culture, who were magnetized by her personal liberation and openness."--BOOK JACKET. "For a woman to make such probing exploration of the intimate recesses of her psyche made her a cult figure with a large and lasting readership."--BOOK JACKET. "Born in France, Anais Nin lived much of her life in America. Her liaison with Henry Miller and his wife June, documented in her explicitly detailed diaries, became the subject of a major film of the nineties. Her forthright books, her diaries that continue to be published in a steady flow, and her charismatic charm made her the subject of many candid interviews, such as those collected here."--BOOK JACKET. "Eight included in this volume are printed for the first time. Many others were originally published in magazines that are now defunct. Nin elaborates on subjects only touched upon in the diaries, and she speaks also of her role in the women's movement and of her philosophies on art, writing, and individual growth."--BOOK JACKET.

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