From being a cult figure of the early feminist movement, Anais Nin later rose to international prominence with her writing. Characterized by the use of powerful and at, times, disquieting imagery, her work reveals great sensitivity and perception.
These Thirteen short stories are no exception, and with a 'touch as light as a cobweb and colouring made of mirages' she penetrates the emotional depths of the individual in a world where illusion is the key to reality...
- Publication Date:
- 23 / 05 / 1990
- 126 x 196mm