The Early Diary of Anaïs Nin

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The Early Diary of Anaïs Nin, in four volumes, is the portion of Anaïs Nin's lifelong personal journal and notebook from the period before it had to be split because it became so personal that only portions could be published while any of the people involved were still living.

Linotte (Volume 1)[edit]

(1914–1920) Translated from the French by Jean L. Sherman. ISBN 0-15-152488-2 (v.1)

Volume 2[edit]

Volume 3[edit]

(1923–1927), edited by Rupert Pole, with a preface by Joaquin Nin-Culmell, 1983, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, ISBN 0-15-127184-4 (v.3)

In this period, she returns from New York to Paris where she was born, and she has difficulty adjusting, accepting and making the sort of artistic friends she is used to. Her discomfort with sexuality "sensuality" begins to be eroded, at least intellectually. She is uncomfortable with the more open sexuality of France.

Volume 4[edit]