The Golden Notebook - Black Notebook Summary & Analysis

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Black Notebook Summary

In this black notebook, Anna writes about her novel Frontiers of War. She tells about the time she spent in Africa. The experiences in Africa constitute the material for her novel. In this black notebook, Anna also keeps a record of the interest shown in her novel, particularly those wishing to turn her work into a film. She notes that with its popularity this book has become the property of others and is no longer a part of herself. For instance, a filmmaker wants rights to the book but plans to present her story in a different way. Anna refuses. The notebook is divided into two columns one is titled "money" and the other is titled "source." For three years, there are nothing but practical, money-related entries in this book.

There is then a synopsis of her novel, which Anna has...

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