Description:Fine in 1/4 burnt orange cloth and gray cloth covered boards. In...Fine in 1/4 burnt orange cloth and gray cloth covered boards. In a near fine unclipped dust jacket with the front flap creased and very modest rubbing at the ends of the spine area. Edited and with a preface by Gunther Stuhlmann. Volume V in The Diary of Anais Nin series. 275 pages containing an index, text and a section of photographs.
Description:(1976), 2nd printing. (Hardcover) Very good in good to very good...(1976), 2nd printing. (Hardcover) Very good in good to very good dust jacket. 414pp. Slightly puckered dj Photos, index. Diaries of Anais Nin. Locale: . (Biography)
Description:Good in Acceptable jacket. SIGNED/INSCRIBED by AUTHOR "Doreen...Good in Acceptable jacket. SIGNED/INSCRIBED by AUTHOR "Doreen Phelam with friendship-Anais Nin. Dust jacket has significant tears. Book is in very good condition.
Publisher: The Swallow Press and Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc
Description:Very Good in Very Good jacket. SIGNED/INSCRIBED by AUTHOR ...Very Good in Very Good jacket. SIGNED/INSCRIBED by AUTHOR "Doreen Phelam with friendship-Anais Nin. VERY GOOD-Clean and solid. No highlighting or writing.
Edition: First edition. Stuhlmann, Gunter, Editor.
Description:Fine in very good dust jacket. Signed by author. Dust wrapper...Fine in very good dust jacket. Signed by author. Dust wrapper has mild wear to spine ends/tip. In Mylar. (ID: 180) Signed by Nin on ffep.
Description:Near Fine in Very Good jacket. Signed and Inscribed By Author...Near Fine in Very Good jacket. Signed and Inscribed By Author Near fine in VG dj with few small edge chips and tears. Signed and inscribed by author. New Brodart cover on dj.
Description:Signed by Author Nin, Anais. THE DIARY OF ANAIS NIN. Volume 7:...Signed by Author Nin, Anais. THE DIARY OF ANAIS NIN. Volume 7: 1966-1974. New York: Harcourt, Brace & Jovavich, 1981. First Edition; First Printing. 8vo., 432pp. A fine copy in like dustwrapper. An excellent TLS tipped to the front free endpaper. [Anais Nin] Rupert Pole. TLS to Henry Miller, Oct 23rd 1979 8vo., on their printed letterhead with monogram. Signed "Rupert". Great content about Vol 7 of the diaries which is approaching a major deadline requiring miller to review the part related to himself & to give his OK, etc. Nice letter. There is a photo [not included] of Anais Nin & Rupert Pole, holding their poodle, Piccola, at their home in the Silver Lake area of Los Angeles. Mr. Pole, who erroneously believed Nin was divorced when their relationship began, hoped the house would help entice Nin to stay instead of returning to her other husband. (1963 Photo By Christian Dubois Larsen Via Los Angeles Times). Rupert Pole, the husband of Anais Nin was guardian of the diarist's erotic literary legacy. For many years, Nin was married at the same time to Mr. Pole & to a banker in New York, Hugh "Hugo" Guiler. She & Mr. Pole divorced but continued to live together until her death in 1977. After her death, Mr. Pole oversaw the publication of four unabridged volumes of her erotic journals, which detail her affairs with such men as Henry Miller, psychoanalyst Otto Rank and her own father, Spanish composer Joaquin Nin. Seven previous volumes, which had been purged of much of the salacious material-as well as most references to her husbands-had established Nin as a cult figure, revered by many in the women's movement for her embrace of sexual freedom & exploration of the female psyche. The uncensored diaries overseen by Mr. Pole introduced Nin's work to a broader audience. Provenance: The Henry Miller Archive.
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