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In 1932, months after first meeting in Paris and despite both being married, Cuban diarist Anaïs Nin and hugely influential novelist Henry Miller began an incredibly intense love affair that would last for many years and, along the way, generate countless passionate love letters. Below, in my humble opinion, is one of the most powerful examples, written by Miller in August of 1932 shortly after a visit to Nin's home in Louveciennes. [image links to transcript of the letter]

In months after first meeting in Paris and despite both being married, Cuban diarist Anaïs Nin and hugely influential novelist He.

"There is a feminine touch in the arts, she has it. It's disturbing, it forces a man to an opposite extreme." - William Carlos Williams on Anais Nin.

"There is a feminine touch in the arts, she has it. It's disturbing, it forces a man to an opposite extreme." - William Carlos Williams on Anais Nin.

Edvard Munch, Red House and Spruces, 1927

Edvard Munch, Red House and Spruces, 1927