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Nin gave June money, jewelry, clothes, often leaving herself broke.
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In addition to her journals and collections of erotica, Nin wrote several novels, which were frequently associated by critics with surrealism. Nin was also the author of several works of non-fiction: Her first publication, written during her years studying psychoanalysis, was D. Lawrence: An Unprofessional Study , an assessment of the works of D.
According to her diaries, Vol. Her husband Guiler is not mentioned anywhere in the published edition of the s parts of her diary Vol. The diaries edited by her second husband, after her death, tell that her union with Henry Miller was very passionate and physical, and that she believed that it was a pregnancy by him that she aborted in In , at the age of 44, she met former actor Rupert Pole in a Manhattan elevator on her way to a party.
On March 17, , while still married to Guiler, she married Pole at Quartzsite, Arizona , returning with him to live in California. Nin referred to her simultaneous marriages as her "bicoastal trapeze". She had this absolutely enormous purse and in the purse she had two sets of checkbooks.
She had prescription bottles from California doctors and New York doctors with the two different names.
And she had a collection of file cards. And she said, "I tell so many lies I have to write them down and keep them in the lie box so I can keep them straight. In , Nin had her marriage with Pole annulled, due to the legal issues arising from both Guiler and Pole trying to claim her as a dependent on their federal tax returns. He responded by writing how meaningful his life had been because of her. After Guiler's death in , the unexpurgated versions of her journals were commissioned by Pole.
Pole died in July Nin once worked at Lawrence R. Nin was diagnosed with cervical cancer in Her first husband, Hugh Guiler, died in , and his ashes were scattered in the cove as well. Large portions of the diaries are still available only in the expurgated form. The originals are located in the UCLA library. The explosion of the feminist movement in the s gave feminist perspectives on Nin's writings of the past twenty years, which made Nin a popular lecturer at various universities; contrarily, Nin disassociated herself from the political activism of the movement.
She was portrayed in the film by actress Maria de Medeiros. Some of them are still living in Los Angeles and I thought it'd be wonderful to have them share their experiences with [Nin]. The Cuban poet and novelist Wendy Guerra , long fascinated with Nin's life and works, published a fictional diary in Nin's voice, Posar desnuda en la Habana Posing Nude in Havana in She explained that "[Nin's] Cuban Diary has very few pages and my delirium was always to write an apocryphal novel; literary conjecture about what might have happened".
On September 27, , screenwriter and author Kim Krizan published an article in The Huffington Post  revealing she had found a previously unpublished love letter written by Gore Vidal to Nin. This letter contradicts Gore Vidal's previous characterization of his relationship with Nin, showing that Vidal did have feelings for Nin that he later heavily disavowed in his autobiography, Palimpsest.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Nin at a book reading with George Leite in Berkeley, California, Neuilly-sur-Seine , France. Los Angeles , California, U. Hugh Parker Guiler m. Rupert Pole bigamy m. Biography portal Literature portal. University of Wisconsin Press. Finland: Kuusankoski Public Library.
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