By Elisabeth Barillé

ISBN-10: 2253173819

ISBN-13: 9782253173816

Anaïs Nin est née en 1903 en France. C’est son père, déçu d’avoir une fille, qui a choisi ce prénom aux sonorités ambiguës. Pianiste esthète et pervers, Joaquin Nin abandonne sa femme et ses enfants dix ans plus tard. Adolescente hantée par los angeles littérature puis épouse frustrée d’un banquier anglo-saxon, Américaine à Paris et mondaine malgré elle, Anaïs ne connaît qu’une jouissance : écrire. Elle a trente ans, quand elle rencontre Henry Miller. Elle l’aime, le soutient, le finance. Sage et troublante Anaïs ! Fantaisiste et ascète, insaisissable et un rien magicienne… elle dresses à elle Artaud, Brassaï, Allendy, Rank, Breton, Durrell… Anaïs, c’est un magazine. Cinquante ans d’écriture, quarante-cinq mille pages longtemps enfouies dans une cave de Brooklyn. De cette « confession » monumentale Elisabeth Barillé a tiré un portrait romanesque, tissé dans los angeles matière même de son œuvre, de sa vie.

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The fact that he’s willing to trust us with his daughter indicates his security in Breed honor. He wants to talk to her later, but otherwise agrees it would be foolhardy to head out here and bring more trouble down on her. “Official report on the helicopter attack was that Callan was attacked while on his way home from meetings in Washington, where he had been earlier. We can keep her safe here until the vote on Breed Law. ” That gave him a week, Kiowa thought. Not nearly enough time. “That chopper wasn’t government issue either,” Taber said.

Kiowa stared back at the men, the information flashing through his brain as he fought to find solutions now. ” he asked. ” Callan shook his head. “We’ve tried, but the reaction and mating is so fierce during the period that actual testing could help, that the females can’t bear the touch of another male. Taber and I became more animal than man if anyone attempted to touch them. The male instinct to protect and mate is too strong at that time. And the pain they endure is too intense, even drugs don’t help.

She shuddered in his grip, the fear, the hunger, the insane desire for more rising within her, locking her mind into one thought alone. “Animal…” The thought wrenched through her body, spilled from her lips as shock rocked her very foundations. The pleasure was twisting, ripping through her, taking her breath, her will, her mind. ” Kiowa moved from her slowly, easing his cock from the fist-tight confines of her pussy, a grimace of pleasure twisting his face as her flesh continued to suck at him until he popped free.

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