Contents.- Stella.- Winter of artifice.- The voice.
|Other titles||Stella., The voice.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||175 p. :|
|Number of Pages||175|
The Artifice is an online magazine that covers a wide spectrum of art forms, including Film, TV, Games, Anime, Manga, and Comics. Winter Manga. Eyeshield The Treatment of Opposing Teams You also must remember the business side of making a Comic Book Film. Some studios may be wary of signing on villains for. Trade paperback. Hugo, Ian (Engravings by). (illustrator). Trade paperback (US). p. Back cover reviews. 3 B&W boxed illustrations; all contemporary style renderings of women. Green titles. Stella, "Winter of Artifice", and "The Voice". Very good. No dust jacket as issued. Moderate cover soiling. Clean inside. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle . Wraps. Condition: Good. Ian Hugo (illustrator). pp, ils, includes the novelettes Stella, Winter of ARtifice, and The Voice. There is some underlining in the book, a phone number written on the cover, some staining from apparent moisture damage but is not musty. ID# Na. Seller Inventory # .
“Winter of Artifice corrects the notion that Nin was an eccentric one-off; rather, her work has to be considered in artistic and even philosophical traditions of modernism, literary confession, and memoir. The moment is right to consider her work in the context of other experimental writers of her time and also from our present vantage. The Winter of Artifice by Anaïs Nin. Reading the reissue of The Winter of Artifice, a facsimile of Anaïs Nin’s original edition of the often censored collection of novellas, is like peeking at a budding artist hard at work in the studio. First published in a limited run in France, Nin’s third book and second collection of fiction was. Genre/Form: Fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nin, Anaïs, Winter of artifice. Chicago, A. Swallow [©] (OCoLC) Swallow Press first published Winter of Artifice in , following two vastly different versions from other presses. The book opens with a film star, Stella, studying her own, but alien, image on the screen. It ends in the Manhattan office of a psychoanalyst—the Voice—who, as he counsels patients suffering from the maladies of modern life, reveals .
Winter Of Artifice () About book: I'm a lover of Anais Nin's fiction, and Winter of artifice is one of the greats. A spiderweb, a veil--you either love her or you hate her. The first story in this collection--in my edition of it, all of them are different, for historical/censorship reasons. Swallow Press first published Winter of Artifice in , following two vastly different versions from other presses. The book opens with a film star, Stella, studying her own, but alien, image on the screen. It ends in the Manhattan office of a psychoanalyst—the Voice—who, as he counsels patients suffering from the maladies of modern life, reveals /5(8). Compare book prices from over , booksellers. Find Winter Of Artifice: Three Novelettes (X) by Nin, Anaïs/5(). Anais Nin's second work of fiction, The Winter of Artifice, was, according to Nin, her only banned book. Published in France in , it consisted of 3 novellas, each of which fictionalized an important event in Nin's life: her affair with Henry and June Miller ("Hans and Johanna"), her incestuous relationship with her father ("Lilith"), and her relationship with Otto Rank ("The Voice").