A Spy in the House of Love

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A Spy in the House of Love is a 1954 novel by Anaïs Nin. Alongside her other novels, Ladders to Fire, Children of the Albatross, The Four-Chambered Heart and Seduction of the Minotaur, it was gathered into a collection known as Cities of the Interior. The novel follows the character of Sabina, a woman who enjoys the sexual licence typically associated with men. Sabina wears extravagant outfits and deliberately avoids romantic commitments. She pursues sexual pleasure in isolation of any other romantic attachment.[1]

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A Spy in the House of Love
First edition (1954)
AuthorAnaïs Nin
CountryUnited States
PublisherSwallow Press (1954)
Penguin (1973)
Publication date
Media typePrint (Hardback & Paperback)
Pages136 pp (first edition)
Followed bySeduction of the Minotaur