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Anaïs Nin was born in Neuilly, France, to artistic parents.
After her parents separated, her mother moved Anaïs and her two brothers, Thorvald Nin and Joaquin Nin-Culmell, to Barcelona, and then to New York City.
Anaïs Nin is perhaps best remembered as a diarist.
Previously unpublished works are coming to light in A Café in Space, the Anaïs Nin Literary Journal, which most recently includes " Anaïs Nin and Joaquín Nin y Castellanos: Prelude to a Symphony — Letters between a father and daughter.
Portrait of Anaïs Nin in the 1970s by Elsa Dorfman
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Anaïs and born
* Anaïs Nin, author and diarist, born in Neuilly-sur-Seine
Anaïs Helena Kretz Lameche ( born 19 August 1987 in French Alps, France ) is an original member of the Swedish pop group Play.
Anaïs Nin was a popular Cuban novelist born in Neuilly, an area in Paris and lived in Louveciennes from 1930 to 1936 at 2 bis, rue Montbuisson.

Anaïs and 1903
* 1903 Anaïs Nin, French diarist ( d. 1977 )
** Anaïs Nin, French author ( b. 1903 )
20th century erotic fiction includes such classics of the genre as: Suburban Souls ( 1901 ), published by Carrington and possibly written by him also ; The Confessions of Nemesis Hunt ( issued in three volumes 1902, 1903, 1906 ), probably by George Reginald Bacchus, printed by Duringe of Paris for Leonard Smithers in London ; Josephine Mutzenbacher ( 1906 ) by Felix Salten ; Sadopaideia ( 1907 ) by Anon ( possibly Algernon Charles Swinburne ); Les Mémoires d ' un jeune Don Juan ( 1907 ) and the somewhat disturbing Les onze mille verges ( 1907 ) by Guillaume Apollinaire ; The Way of a Man with a Maid ( 1908 ) and A Weekend Visit by Anon ; Pleasure Bound Afloat ( 1908 ), Pleasure Bound Ashore ( 1909 ) and Maudie ( 1909 ) by Anon ( probably George Reginald Bacchus ); Manuel de civilité pour les petites filles à l ' usage des maisons d ' éducation ( 1917 ) and Trois filles de leur mère ( 1926 ) by Pierre Louys ; Story of the Eye ( 1928 ) by Georges Bataille ; Tropic of Cancer ( 1934 ) and Tropic of Capricorn ( 1938 ) by Henry Miller ; The Story of O ( 1954 ) by Pauline Réage ; Helen and Desire ( 1954 ) and Thongs ( 1955 ) by Alexander Trocchi ; Ada, or Ardor ( 1969 ) by Vladimir Nabokov ; Journal ( 1966 ), Delta of Venus ( 1978 ) and Little Birds ( 1979 ) by Anaïs Nin and The Bicycle Rider ( 1985 ) by Guy Davenport.

Anaïs and
* 1987 Anaïs Lameche, Swedish singer ( Play )
A Literate Passion: Letters of Anaïs Nin and Henry Miller, 1932 1953.
* January 14 Anaïs Nin, novelist and diarist
His movies have adapted novels of widely different types from Milan Kundera ’ s The Unbearable Lightness of Being to Michael Crichton ’ s Rising Sun ; from Tom Wolfe ’ s heroic epic The Right Stuff to the erotic writings of Anaïs Nin ’ s Henry & June.
Incest: From a Journal of Love "— The Unexpurgated Diary of Anaïs Nin ( 1932 1934 ) reveals that the two were also having an affair.
Henry and June: From the Unexpurgated Diary of Anaïs Nin ( full title Henry and June: From A Journal of Love: the Unexpurgated Diary of Anaïs Nin ( 1931 1932 )) is a 1986 book that is based upon material excerpted from the unpublished diaries of Anaïs Nin.
* Anaïs Lameche lead vocalist
Alfred Perlès ( 1897 1990 ) was an Austrian writer ( in later life a British citizen ), who was most famous for his associations with Henry Miller, Lawrence Durrell, and Anaïs Nin.
Incest: From a Journal of Love: The Unexpurgated Diary of Anaïs Nin ( 1932 1934 ) is a 1992 non-fiction book by Anaïs Nin.
This book is followed by Fire: From a Journal of Love: The Unexpurgated Diary of Anaïs Nin, 1934 1937.
* Anaïs Nin, Henry and June, from A Journal of Love: the Unexpurgated Diary of Anaïs Nin, 1931 1932
* Anaïs Nin, Incest: The Unexpurgated Diary of Anais Nin, 1931 1932

Anaïs and January
Mathews gave birth to a daughter, Anaïs Gallagher, on 27 January 2000.

Anaïs and 1977
** Anaïs Nin, French writer ( d. 1977 )
* Anaïs Nin, Delta of Venus, Erotica by Anaïs Nin, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1977, ISBN 0-15-124656-4
Despite the attempts of her mother, therapists Rene Allendy and Otto Rank, and writer Henry Miller, to break Anaïs Nin of her dependence on the diary, she would continue to keep a diary up until her death in 1977.

Anaïs and was
" Anaïs Nin was an ardent fan of her work, especially Nightwood.
In 2009, Swedish music group Play was reunited as a trio with Faye Hamlin, Anaïs Lameche, and a new member, Sanne Karlsson via the popular Swedish TV program, Made in Sweden.
Anaïs was asked to join Play by Play's manager, Laila Bagge, who discovered Anaïs at her dancing school after the Lameche family settled in Täby, Sweden.
She was friends with many of the eminent authors of her time, including Robert Duncan, Anaïs Nin and Henry Miller.
She was already pitching in ideas and pieces of writing to Anaïs Nin's New York City smut club for fun, not money.
In her diary, Anaïs Nin observed that everyone who wrote pornography with her wrote out of a self that was opposite to her or his identity, but identical with his desire.
Anaïs Nin wrote the book at a time that she was having many affairs.
* The phrase was used as a lyric in Anaïs Mitchell's song " Namesake " on the album The Brightness.
The magnitude of edits to the text is comparable to other historical diaries such as those of Katherine Mansfield, Anaïs Nin and Leo Tolstoy in that the authors revised their diaries after the initial draft, and the material was posthumously edited into a publishable manuscript by their respective executors, only to be superseded in later decades by unexpurgated editions prepared by scholars.
Sylvia Beach, whose famous shop was on 12, rue de l ' Odéon, was still in Paris and came to Le Mistral to see the writers of the new generation, whom Anaïs Nin called Xerox artists, read aloud their new work.
The opera was loosely based on the Exodus from Egypt of the Israelites, led by Moses, rendered agreeable to the opera stage by introducing a love theme, in which the Pharaoh's son Amenophis ( tenor ) plans to prevent their departure, since he loves the Israelite Anaïs ( soprano ).
As was eventually revealed in the 1990s when the unexpurgated versions of Anaïs Nin's diaries were published, Anaïs Nin claims to have had an incestuous relationship with her own father during her late 20s.
It has been claimed that this incestuous relationship was encouraged by one of her therapists, who suggested that in retaliation for her father's abandonment of her during her childhood, Anaïs Nin should seduce her father in adulthood and then abandon him.
In theory, this was supposed to leave Anaïs Nin feeling empowered.
It has been written that at the time of the publication of " House of Incest ," which took place at around the same time that Anaïs Nin was having an incestuous relationship with her father, some members of the Nin family who knew about the incestuous relationship were " horrified " to know that Anaïs Nin was writing a book with this title.

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