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28 Books Every Woman Should Read

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21. 'Henry And June' By Anais Nin
Although all of Nin's diaries are worth reading because no one does erotica quite like her, it's the time in the 1930s when writer Henry Miller and his wife June were in Paris and met Nin that is the most explosive. Lustful, exquisitely written, and the type of journal entry that would make you blush to read, Henry and June isn't just about these two Americans, but the art and sex that resulted from the three of them merging as one — pun intended.