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Foc: din „Jurnalul dragostei“, necenzurat: 1934-1937
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Foc: din „Jurnalul dragostei“, necenzurat: 1934-1937 Anaïs Nin Rupert Pole Luana Schidu Nu cred dec t n foc Via Foc Fiind eu ns mi o flac r , i nfl c rez pe al ii Niciodat moarte Foc i via Le jeu Ana s Nin Cel de al treilea volum din provocatorul Jurnal al dragostei , Foc este o carte a oglinzilor, a jocurilor erotice, a iubirilor paralele care se hr nesc sau se anihileaz reciproc Un concert de muzic a trupului i o vivisec ie, pasi Nu cred dec t n foc Via Foc Fiind eu ns mi o flac r , i nfl c rez pe al ii Niciodat moarte Foc i via Le jeu Ana s Nin Cel de al treilea volum din provocatorul Jurnal al dragostei , Foc este o carte a oglinzilor, a jocurilor erotice, a iubirilor paralele care se hr nesc sau se anihileaz reciproc Un concert de muzic a trupului i o vivisec ie, pasional i lucid n acela i timp, a eului feminin n plin proces de autodezv luire Sau poate de automistificare S fie jurnalul o es tur dens de minciuni miraculoase , inspirate i menite s inspire Exist oare i n scris o anume naturale e a actri ei care se joac pe ea ns i Jurnalul meu este o oglind el spune povestea vis toarei care, cu mult vreme n urm , i tr ia via a a a cum ar fi dat paginile unei c r i scrie Ana s Nin Foc, al treilea volum din celebrul jurnal necenzurat al scriitoarei, are ca fundal New Yorkul anilor 1934 1937, o uria juc rie sclipitoare , n care Ana s Nin evadeaz din colivia aurit a vie ii al turi de so ul ei, Hugo Guiler Pentru ea, erosul nseamn dualitate i, inevitabil, tragedie Al turi de psihanalistul Otto Rank, tr ie te orgii ale min ii cu scriitorul Henry Miller, mp rt e te febra crea iei i atinge extazul M rturise te ns c l a teapt pe b rbatul care o va m ntui de to i ceilal i i, poate, l g se te n pasionalul Gonzalo Mor , de descenden incas , care i deschide por ile misticismului Mediteaz asupra naturii masculine i feminine, asupra sexualit ii, viselor, psihanalizei i dorin ei de crea ie C t din fiin a ei profund ne dezv luie ns Ana s Nin C t din jurnalul ei este persona, masc , pl smuire, i c t este pur autobiografie. Foc din Jurnalul dragostei necenzurat Nu cred dec t n foc Via Foc Fiind eu ns mi o flac r i nfl c rez pe al ii Niciodat moarte Foc i via Le jeu Ana s Nin Cel de al treilea volum din provocatorul Jurnal al dragostei Foc este o carte a
  • Title: Foc: din „Jurnalul dragostei“, necenzurat: 1934-1937
  • Author: Anaïs Nin Rupert Pole Luana Schidu
  • ISBN: 9789736897757
  • Page: 333
  • Format: Paperback
  • Foc: din „Jurnalul dragostei“, necenzurat: 1934-1937 Anaïs Nin Rupert Pole Luana Schidu

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    1. Nicole~ says:

      llowing one s instincts alone is human, that faithfulness in love is unnatural, that morality is man made ideology, that self denial, which is necessary to be good, is denial of the bad natural self out of self protection, and thus the most selfish thing of all.Ana s Nin 1903 1977 began her diaries at age 11 years old as a personal letter to the father who deserted her, her mother and brother It became a necessary part of her existence, written with melodic lyricism of sex and love Worked and re [...]

    2. AnaVlădescu says:

      To try to describe Anais Nin would be much like an attempt at catching a nebulae three galaxies over, and placing it in a jar She is essence personified, and she is so absolutely bat shit crazy that you can t help but wonder if all of us women shouldn t be like that, in order to feel the things she has felt She had way than just sex in her life she had Brancusi and Dali as friends, was the love of Henry Miller s life, was the mistress of Otto Rank, had an incestuous relationship with her father [...]

    3. Jenniferdwalker Walker says:

      I have a love hate relationship with Ana s Nin, I find her an exquisite writer but her narcissism at times makes her unbearable to read Her books are addictive though I m fascinated with the life she lead and the circle of friends she kept A part of me is envious of the life she had except for the incest part , yet at the same time she is so self absorbed it s infuriating, however this is a diary and diaries are self absorbed that is the point She has an excellent way of conveying emotions and w [...]

    4. reem says:

      If you don t want to be a whore after reading this book then I don t know what to think of you Ana s Nin s writing is freeing just as it is intelligent and full of life I like diaries because they tend to be a whole lot personal than autobiographies there s a kindness felt after reading out someone else s private thoughts She makes you dig deep into yourself and come up with the most rude questions regarding your life Am I loving wrong Am I living wrong Are my sentiments unmatched to the ways I [...]

    5. Lolly K Dandeneau says:

      Wow, intense than I had imagined I am nearing the end, and her encounters with Gonzalo More, wow So much hunger and soul dancing I can say what I find amusing about Anais and her life is as free as she seems to most people, she was imprisoned by Henry Miller Just goes to show how toxic relationships will always be a must in the lives of most artists Back to the is suffering and pain necessary to create great lasting art debate Seems to be the case for the majority Must keep in mind most of this [...]

    6. Julie says:

      Can t say that I m a fan of Anais Nin It s interesting to see how sexually liberated she was in a time period that s always portrayed as oppressed, but I found her to be self centered One minute she was happy, one minute she was sad One minute she was an angel, another minute she was a devil She saw herself as a muse to her lovers, and said that she could never harm people, but I saw a lot of harm and deception come through in her writing, as she was juggling numerous men around sometimes sleepi [...]

    7. Amanda says:

      Well, I ve gone and done it, I read the last of Anais Nin s Unexpurgated Diaries firstA few thoughts come to the fore with regard to this book First of all, remarkable writing I m not generally a fan of diary lit, but Nin s voice is sure and she doesn t bog down Strangely, her writing seems simultaneously unselfconscious and narcissistic a puzzle I m sure to be thinking on for a while to come But what a wonderful view into an fascinating life her thoughts, emotions, actions, deceits, not to ment [...]

    8. Kay Brandt says:

      Intense and captivating

    9. Oana M. says:

      This woman is to much for me Even if I read the whole book and all the diaries from A Journal of Love, it was quite forced I didn t liked her way of being She was a drama queen, even if she said about herself that she had loved all the men in her life She was a truly sadist with herlself I pitty her husband Hugo or Hugh I don t understand her passion, dedication and mercy for her eternal lover Henry Miller She was giving him everything, putting aside even her career for him to find inspiration a [...]

    10. Dan says:

      Anais Nin goes to New York Chaos ensues You read her juggling of two and sometimes three lovers at a time like you watch a trapeze artist is she going to fall Spoiler alert not really Her analyst who she cheats on yes she sleeps with her analysts, this is Anais Nin, after all reads her the riot act, but his anger doesn t last She s a master manipulator of men who love to be manipulated Her chaotic life makes for fun and exciting reading And her malleable morality makes every reader smug with sat [...]

    11. Alina Ramona says:

      Sunt ganduri ocazional contradictorii ale unei persoane care in primul rand isi doreste sa simta sa fie indragostita si sa sinta placerea trupeasca Iubeste libertatea si pasiunea si cumva isi gaseste echilibrul sau implinirea prin 3 barbati care ii hranesc dorinte diferite.

    12. Tim says:

      I want to live until I crack, crack with too muchness, until all my harem turns jealously against me, rebels, divorces me, until they all cry out with pain and joy, anger and murder, until they murder me for my betrayals On to 1934 37 for Nin in her continuing romantic sexual exploits as related in her diary She travels from Paris to America for the first part of this novel, and has a relationship cough cough with her analyst, Dr Otto Rank, and of course continues her romance with Henry Miller, [...]

    13. Jess says:

      I didn t find this one to have as insightful writing as some of her other diaries She seems very lost and confused during this time of her life Towards the end, during the beginning of her relationship with Gonazalo, her writing does catch fire But the majority of this was negative, going in circles, lacking the clarity of analysis of her emotions that the other unexpurgated diaries had.The most interesting aspect of this was her decision making process of whether to give up trying to write fict [...]

    14. aya says:

      This was the first time i ve read one of her diaries and noticed the lies and treachery that she inflicts on the ones she loves and that love her She is so sure of her power to create and destruct, she tells herself she lies to each lover to protect them she is the mother, the tormentor, the lover and the child The lifting of the romantic veil i d put nin under lifted, and after many unsure moments, I realized that the most important thing about her writing is that it still inspires me, it is st [...]

    15. Rhi says:

      Reality When you are in the heart of a summer day as the inside of a fruit, looking down at your lacquered toenails, at the white dust on your sandals from quiet somnolenscent streets, looking at the sun expanding under your dress and between your legs, looking at the light polishing the silver bracelets and smelling the bakery odors, the petit pain au chocolat, watching the cars rolling by, filled with blonde women like the pictures in Vogue and then you see the old femme de menage with her bur [...]

    16. Venessa says:

      28 December 2007Nin s journal is quite a work of art, and as I ve discussed with Cherie, makes mine which I hardly ever write in any seem boring and a life unlived in comparison How she keeps up with her numerous lovers is beyond me, and why she stays with Henry Miller as well, but then again It amazes me to read about Pablo Neruda and C.G Jung written by a contemporary and before they achieved the fame they will, in fact, to read about all of her many friends as they were friends Her snobbery g [...]

    17. Cherie says:

      Oh, Anais Nin is SO delicious Her writing is so perfectly lovely It s like a delicate cream tart that does not overfill you but leaves you oh so satisfied, in the mood for loving and craving , , oh yes, just a tad , because you feel so delightful This is from her diary, her real diary the parts that were cut out b c they would be too harmful and hurtful Anais Nin had SO many affairs At times, you get frustrated with her Just dump Henry Hugh is so good to you It s about her relationships in the m [...]

    18. Sue says:

      It is a rare privilege to find someone as articulate about their emotional world as Anais Nin I was wary of Anais, at first, because of Delta of Venus , but as a woman determined to live entirely from her feelings, her journal entries are powerful, deep and courageous Though her life was one I would never choose to lead oh, where to begin I ve been deeply touched by Fire And woah, this woman wrote so well it s startling.

    19. Nicola says:

      I m about halfway through this and I m putting this aside For obvious reasons, depending on what s happening in her life, Ana s Nin s diaries are sometimes exciting, sometimes like watching paint dry Unfortunately, this chapter in her life is tending towards the latter.I ll probably pick it up again at some point I m kind of an Ana s Nin junkie.

    20. Kellygirl says:

      I really used to love reading these Diaries in college Now I find her a little too self indulgent I know, It s a diary and is naturally so, but she is annoying me just a little bit right now I am excited though to get to meet her husband finally all the other diaries she had edited him out.

    21. Adrienne says:

      Geez I wish I had enough guys to write my honest sexual feelings like this It s an incredible read I found myself emotionally invested than necessary Although I couldn t record my romantic life like this, I m glad I lives this lifestyle through such a brave and open woman.

    22. Pyqos says:

      Si Gonzalo est le personnage central de ce volume, la circulation sensuelle et c r brale de Nin entre Hugh, Rank et Miller est passionnante Ana s Nin m nervait un peu au d but par sa psychologie faite de soubresauts je commence vraiment aimer cela.

    23. Jen Grover says:

      HOly Cow not what you think of when you think of little old ladies Can you picture your grandma telling these tales wow Warning this is not PG writing Note this was a diary and i did not read cover to cover, this was read as selections.

    24. Kreh says:

      this woman is amazing it is a journal so the writing is so personal and really poetic she talks about every feeling she has and it changes so often there is something so feminine and honest about her adore it.

    25. Alexis says:

      Love Anais Nin Always provocative and interesting.

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    28. Susan Kimble says:

      A dance with narcissism

    29. Päivi Brink says:

      Dear Ana s is like a friend to me, because of the diary and because of the essays of A Woman Speaks.

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