Rethinking Anais Nin

As a young female college student at Oberlin, I became immersed in the writings of Anais Nin — her books, and perhaps even more interestingly, her diaries (the unexpurgated ones). They were and still very much are, riveting.

I related so much to Anais in so many ways. She was often criticized by other female writers as being “too…

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Former Ballet Dancer. Ex Goth Girl. Wanna be Writer.

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