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The Golden Notebook

Language: English
Length: 576 Pages
Publisher: HarperCollins Publisher
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Anna Wulf is a young novelist with writer’s block. Divorced, with a young child, and disillusioned by unsatisfactory relationships, she feels her life is falling apart. Fearing the onset of madness, she records her experiences in four coloured notebooks. The black notebook addresses her problems as a writer; the red her political life; the yellow her relationships and emotions; and the blue becomes a diary of everyday events. But it is the fifth notebook – the Golden Notebook – which is the key to her recovery and renaissance.

Bold and illuminating, fusing sex, politics, madness and motherhood, ‘The Golden Notebook’ is at once a wry and perceptive portrait of the intellectual and moral climate of the 1950s – a society on the brink of feminism – and a powerful and revealing account of a woman searching for her own personal and political identity.

About the Author
Doris Lessing is widely recognized as one of the greatest writers of the second half of the twentieth century.

Specifications of The Golden Notebook (Paperback)

Authored By Doris Lessing
Book Details
Publisher HarperCollins Publisher
Imprint HarperPerennial
Publication Year 2007
ISBN-13 9780007247202
ISBN-10 0007247206
Language English
Edition (Reissue)
Binding Paperback
Number of Pages 576 Pages
Weight 414 g
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13 November 13
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The GOLDEN Notebook

Written by one of the living legends of world literature while at the pinnacle of her prowess, this book stuns and dazzles with its penetrating analysis of the social as well the psychological environment of the characters. Written during a period of the last century fraught with conflicting ideas and ideologies, this book reproduces the complex matrix of an era with all its tangles and intricacies intact. Lessing's intellectual honesty and lucidity of thoughts is (awe-) inspiring. Forged with the white fire of an honest conscience, this novel is a Work of Art in the truest sense of the phrase. This IS a GOLDEN book.

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A good read...
unique way for writing .
The story is written as different would take a while to get all notebooks in place.

I was a slow reader...took almost 6 months to complete

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