The Golden Notebook - Black Notebook Summary & Analysis

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Black Notebook Summary

Anna now uses her black notebook to collect articles about hate and violence in Africa. In her final entry, she has a dream where a film crew is taping her novel. She is happy the director has gotten the set correct but soon realizes her story has been changed. She asks why, a question to which she does not get a satisfactory answer. This is the final entry in the book.

Black Notebook Analysis

Anna records a dream in which she once again feels her book is misunderstood by a filmmaker. In this dream, the novel is actually changed by the director who doesn't seem to understand why Anna is upset he has changed her work. At this point, Anna realizes how little her African experience and her novel mattered.

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