Anaïs Nin Quote
When One is Pretending
the Entire Body Revolts
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- Size: 8.5 inch x 11 inch ready to print
- Theme Size: The actual art theme is 8×10, and there is white border to help you either cut, or frame the print easily
- Formats: 1 PDF (1.6MB)
- Resolution: 300dpi
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A few words about Anaïs Nin
Anaïs Nin was a part French part Cuban author born on 21st February 1903 in Neuilly, France. Born in a family where art was wholeheartedly appreciated, Nin began writing when she was very young. She never gained any formal education after the age of sixteen when she left school and worked as a model for an artist until her mother moved her to New York City where Nin spent most of her time writing her diaries. ~via famousauthors.org
“I believe that most things worth knowing about life can be learned from the sixteen volumes of diaries that Anaïs Nin (February 21, 1903–January 14, 1977) began keeping at the age of eleven and continued until she died at seventy-four — things that have to do with why emotional excess is essential to creativity,why inviting the unknown helps us live more richly, how our objects define us, personal responsibility, the elusive nature of joy,writing, and the meaning of life.” ~Maria Popova – Brainpickings.com
Her Diaries which cover over 60 years of writings and expriences, provide a deeply explorative insight into her personal life and relationships.