The Golden Notebook - Black Notebook Summary & Analysis

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Black Notebook Summary

Anna watches as a man kicks and accidentally kills a pigeon on the London streets. This scene brings back a memory from Africa when Anna and her group went out to kill pigeons for a pigeon pie. She details the conversation, smells, sights and sounds of the day.

Under the heading "money" Anna details where a magazine has requested pages from her journal. She replies that she does not keep a journal but then makes up a few pages of a journal of a young male writer. Anna shows this to a friend, an American writer who adds more to the journal. They submit the journal for publication and it is published. The two have dinner together to celebrate. Another friend suggests Anna write a play based on the book Frontiers of War. The friend already has ideas on how to...

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