EBOOK NEW (Under A Glass Bell) ½ Anaïs Nin


Under A Glass Bell

read Under A Glass Bell Anaïs Nin ☆ 3 review free read Ë eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Anaïs Nin That places the collection in its historical context as well as illuminates the seuence of events and persons recorded in the diary that served as its inspiration Althoug. Back in seminary days during the end of my infatuation with CG Jung I took the Myers Briggs personality test twice the two occasions separated by a couple of years One administration had me pegged as an introvert the other as an extravertI must be back in an extraverted phase currently Nin s work in this her first collection of short stories being or less introverted In any case I preferred the less subjective stories the ones with reference to objective locations such as her reminiscences of life on a houseboat on the Seine The examples of greater subjectivity such as the labyrinth tales about her diaries were while often clever a bit too fraught with idiosyncratic images for my tasteThis collection was read aloud over a series of days at Chicago s Heirloom Books

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read Under A Glass Bell Anaïs Nin ☆ 3 review free read Ë eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Anaïs Nin Yorker It was in these stories that Nin's artistic and emotional vision took shape This edition includes a highly informative and insightful foreword by Gunther Stuhlmann. A short book of short stories that read almost like prose poems Lush grotesue strange and labyrinthine To be savored

Anaïs Nin ☆ 3 review

read Under A Glass Bell Anaïs Nin ☆ 3 review free read Ë eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Anaïs Nin Under a Glass Bell is one of Nin's finest collections of stories First published in 1944 it attracted the attention of Edmond Wilson who reviewed the collection in The New. My best friend Elia who is also one of the few persons whose opinion I trust recommended this book to me She was in her Nin phase and I thought I d give it a try too When I started reading it I was very surprised My first impression was that I can t understand anything I like clear plots and these short stories were everything but clear I tried to analyse what was happening and realized that they were written in such way on purpose It is not simply the author s mark because half way through the book we discover another writing style the ordinary straight forward one which was as good as the latter if not better In my opinion the author s aim in the first few short stories was not to give the reader something obvious that can be easily enjoyed Instead she wanted himher to read for the sake of the printed words and not the story itself The beginning and the ending are not per say important to her in these stories as much as being able to convey the feelings and that I confirm she did do excellently Even though I did not follow the plots uite well this did not stop me from re reading many passages over and over again because they were just mind blowing I knew from the beginning that I was dealing with a strong author Then half way through the book I had than my dose of satisfaction The stories were clear and I was able to appreciate every written letter I highly recommend that you read these three stories Hedja The mouse and Birth The first talks about an oriental woman and her confidence issues The second is about a maid and her life fears and finally the third deals with Nin s abortion Described like that you d think nothing is original I beg to differ You just have to take my word for it and read them for yourself to see Just amazingFinally I just wanted to say that this book might be one of the hardest to explain If I were to simply describe it I would say that the first half of it if can be compared to abstract paintings Unclear but beautiful The second is like clear normal paintings that are just perfect for my taste The authors excelled in both types Chapeau

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    EBOOK NEW (Under A Glass Bell) ½ Anaïs Nin I've been meaning to eventually read some Anais Nin since learning that she had tried an failed to strike up a correspondence with Anna Kavan Here's a letter from Kavan to her publisher saying she should probably reply As far as I know she did

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    read Under A Glass Bell EBOOK NEW (Under A Glass Bell) ½ Anaïs Nin Anaïs Nin ☆ 3 review This is my first Anais Nin book and I found it so beautiful Her short stories are real poetry She has a really uniue command of the language I really wasn't expecting to enjoy this book but now I'm definitely going to read of her works

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    Anaïs Nin ☆ 3 review EBOOK NEW (Under A Glass Bell) ½ Anaïs Nin My best friend Elia who is also one of the few persons whose opinion I trust recommended this book to me She was in her Nin phase and I thought I'd give it a try too When I started reading it I was very surprised My first i

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    EBOOK NEW (Under A Glass Bell) ½ Anaïs Nin There are some lovely short stories in this book with some important messages for Humanity I particularly enjoyed reading 'Houseboat' 'Ragtime' and 'Hejda'Whereas Anais Nin is a lovely descriptive writer overly so for my taste I do sometimes struggle with metaphors such as The bushes were soft hairy elbows touchi

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    EBOOK NEW (Under A Glass Bell) ½ Anaïs Nin Anaïs Nin ☆ 3 review free read Ë eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Anaïs Nin A short book of short stories that read almost like prose poems Lush grotesue strange and labyrinthine To be savored

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    EBOOK NEW (Under A Glass Bell) ½ Anaïs Nin free read Ë eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Anaïs Nin Thirteen short stories by the infamous diaristBook Review Under a Glass Bell is a collection of stories about language the poetry of language the beauty and magic of language how to capture words that can describe indescribable emotions In some of her work Anais Nin can seem like one of those charming narcissists whose in

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    free read Ë eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Anaïs Nin Anaïs Nin ☆ 3 review EBOOK NEW (Under A Glass Bell) ½ Anaïs Nin Back in seminary days during the end of my i

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    free read Ë eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Anaïs Nin EBOOK NEW (Under A Glass Bell) ½ Anaïs Nin Anaïs Nin ☆ 3 review As I recall a lovely collection At some point I'm going to have to revisit and reevaluate Anais Nin In high school her diaries picked up for reasons I can neither remember nor fathom were for me a gateway to a Paris and a literary world foreign and enticing Nin introduced me to great writers and thinkers Proust Edmund Wilson Gore Vidal and those of a lower rung but powerful yet Henry Miller DH Lawrence Otto Rank Djuna Barnes And I will nev

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    EBOOK NEW (Under A Glass Bell) ½ Anaïs Nin free read Ë eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Anaïs Nin read Under A Glass Bell I am not the biggest fan of short stories I'd rather relish in a good long one if I have the time and energy for it but this was just lovely There are 13 short tales in this book all of them very dreamlike almost abstract in places but the writing is so excellent the metaphors so well chosen they enchanted me into believing it was all real T

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    read Under A Glass Bell Anaïs Nin ☆ 3 review free read Ë eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Anaïs Nin Really not sure what I’ve just read A collection of stories a string of words Some uite lovely particularly oddly the first one or two pages of each story Around the third page they drift into something else certainly plotless at times tangentially wordy stream of consciousness I am certain I have missed the point obscure but relevant as it is Never sure if I am reading something difficult yet profound or

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