Front cover image for The diary of Anaǐs Nin, 1944-1947

The diary of Anaǐs Nin, 1944-1947

Anaïs Nin (Author), Gunther Stuhlmann (Editor)
"The years of the middle nineteen-forties find her in a Greenwich Village stdio surronded by young artists. Specifically and generally she battles the establishment and for a time becomes polarized between involvement with the young--among them Gore Vidal--and with the established order, represented by a man like Edmund Wilson. Once more her friends and acquaintances are vividly sketched, and the portrait of Wilson is unforgettable. We also follow her discovery of America, in the summer of 1947, when she makes her way in an old Ford to the West Coast and, eventually, to Mexico."--Jacket
Print Book, English, 1971
Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc., New York, 1971