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Very good. No dust jacket as issued. Prior bookstore ink stamp, first end paper. Single minor spine crease w/ concaveness. Mass market (rack) paperback. Glued binding. 666p. Profile cover drawing. Audience: General/trade. Fiction first published in 1962: A woman comes to understand herself after talking and writing explosive fragments of themselves. A complex work, considered the Africa-born British author's finest among her early novels, is described as 'an artistic vision of the struggles and joys that mark every free woman, ' back cover notes. Doris Lessing was later awarded a Nobel Prize for Literature in the 21st century.
Very Good in None as Issued jacket. Text/BRAND NEW. Softcover/VG; sound w/edge rubs & faint creasing to spine. 1962 novel from Persian-born, British writer, drammatist, novelist, poet, social activist, and Nobel Prixe recipient (2007), Doris Lessing (1919-). The novel is in 5 sections, separated by stage of four Notebooks, and kept by protagnist Anna Wulf. Anna keeps four separate journals to separate things off from eachother---once finished, all four "fragmented" records make possible the new and final chronicle, The Golden Notebook. A record of how women speak to one another, what they do, and ultimately, come to peace within themselves. The novel is also carries anti-war and anti-Stalinist issues of concern in England from the 1930s to the 1950s.
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