Very Good in Very Good jacket. Signed by Author; Collectible: Very Good/Very Good; Signed by Author; Collectible: Very Good/Very Good; SIGNED/INSCRIBED by AUTHOR "Doreen Phelam with friendship-Anais Nin. VERY GOOD-Clean and solid. No highlighting or writing. 100% Money Back Guarantee on all Items. We ship DAILY with free delivery confirmation. Choose expedited for FAST delivery. We believe in providing accurate grading on used books and excellent customer service. Thousands of satisfied customers...buy with confidence. 100% Money Back Guarantee on all Items. We ship DAILY with free delivery confirmation. Choose expedited for FAST delivery. We believe in providing accurate grading on used books and excellent customer service. Thousands of satisfied customers...buy with confidence.
Very good in Very good jacket. Edited and with a Preface by Gunther Stuhlmann. Eight pages of illustrations. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc., 1969. First edition. The third volume in Anais Nin's Diary, covering her return to the United States from Europe after the outbreak of World War II, and her struggle to come to terms, once more, with the "New World." Inscribed by Nin on the front flyleaf: "For Clara and Bill Anello in mutual love of yoga. Anais Nin." Octavo. Original gray cloth-covered boards over an aqua cloth spine, with gilt titles. The dust jacket is a touch sun faded along the spine and top of the front panel, with some minor staining to the rear panel and a bit of edgewear; otherwise very good.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Five Separate Volumes all First Editions all in great shape some have clippings inserted by former owner all have intact prices from 6.95 (vol1) to 7.95 for Vol 5. volumes 4 & 5 are fine condition vol 1 is a first print vol 2 is second print Volume 3 is first print vol 4 is 3rd print and vol 5 is 2nd print.
Volume Two 1934-1939. 8vo, pp. ix, 357. Edited and with a preface by Gunther Stuhlmann. Illustrated with photographs. A VG tight copy in little scuffed and chipped dj. Inscribed by the author: " For Bill-| With my friendship | Anais" Franklin A20a. An association copy: Claire met Anais Nin at the memorial service for publisher Alan Swallow in the basement of St. Mark's Church in New York City in 1966. A year later, after Claire, living in Washington, DC, had started his literary magazine, Voyages, Nin "spent much time and effort...acting like an upwardly eager associate editor...gushing with ideas and possibilities for future issues...she became deeply involved with every issue, including an early issue featuring women writers, in 1968. She sent me manuscripts from her friends on both the east and west coasts, and some from abroad. She was my most indefatigable advisory editor throughout the life of the publication, which ended in the early 1970s." Claire later organized a memorial service for her in Washington DC.
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