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The Golden Notebook is a novel by Doris Lessing. It, like the two books that followed it, enters the realm of what Margaret Drabble in The Oxford Companion to English Literature called Lessing's "inner space fiction"; her work that explores mental and societal breakdown. It contains powerful anti-war and anti- Stalinist messages, an extended analysis of communism and the Communist Party in England from the s to the s, and an examination of the budding sexual and women's liberation movements. The Golden Notebook is the story of writer Anna Wulf, the four notebooks in which she records her life, and her attempt to tie them together in a fifth, gold-coloured notebook. The book intersperses segments of an ostensibly realistic narrative of the lives of Anna and her friend, Molly Jacobs, as well as their children, ex-husbands and lovers—entitled Free Women —with excerpts from Anna's four notebooks, coloured black of Anna's experience in Southern Rhodesia , before and during World War II, which inspired her own best-selling novel , red of her experience as a member of the Communist Party , yellow an ongoing novel that is being written based on the painful ending of Anna's own love affair , and blue Anna's personal journal where she records her memories, dreams, and emotional life. Each notebook is returned to four times, interspersed with episodes from Free Women , creating non-chronological, overlapping sections that interact with one another. This post-modern styling, with its space for "play" engaging the characters and readers, is among the most famous features of the book, although Lessing insisted that readers and reviewers pay attention to the serious themes in the novel. Lessing, in her preface, claimed the most important theme in the novel is fragmentation; the mental breakdown that Anna suffers, perhaps from the compartmentalization of her life reflected in the division of the four notebooks, but also reflecting the fragmentation of society. Her relationship and attempt to draw everything together in the golden notebook at the end of the novel are both the final stage of her intolerable mental breakdown, and her attempt to overcome the fragmentation and madness.