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The Golden Notebook (Unabridged)

  1. 1
  2. Free Women 1 – Anna meets her friend Molly in the summer…
  3. 00:06:06
  1. 2
  2. Anna, in the face of this unspoken but clear determination…
  3. 00:06:28
  1. 3
  2. There was a note of humorous, even childish pleading in this.
  3. 00:07:57
  1. 4
  2. Now Anna could not reply…
  3. 00:05:19
  1. 5
  2. Richard came into the room.
  3. 00:06:24
  1. 6
  2. Meanwhile Molly, talented in so many directions…
  3. 00:06:12
  1. 7
  2. Molly promptly went to the door, opened it, listened.
  3. 00:05:32
  1. 8
  2. Molly ignored Anna and attacked.
  3. 00:07:13
  1. 9
  2. Richard was on the point of exploding out of his chair…
  3. 00:05:48
  1. 10
  2. Richard made a movement as if to get up and go…
  3. 00:04:46
  1. 11
  2. Molly sighed, histrionically…
  3. 00:05:48
  1. 12
  2. There was another sound, like a cough…
  3. 00:05:36
  1. 13
  2. Tommy allowed them both a tolerant smile…
  3. 00:06:20
  1. 14
  2. For the first time Tommy showed a touch of humour.
  3. 00:06:00
  1. 15
  2. Anna closed her eyes a moment, smiling painfully.
  3. 00:07:42
  1. 16
  2. Anna held herself quiet, with effort.
  3. 00:07:38
  1. 17
  2. But at this Molly got up, and said quickly…
  3. 00:06:05
  1. 18
  2. 'But I think I'll mention three of the comrades…'
  3. 00:06:02
  1. 19
  2. 'And there's your friend de Silva.'
  3. 00:05:39
  1. 20
  2. They kissed, briskly.
  3. 00:04:12
  1. 21
  2. The Notebooks – The Black Notebook
  3. 00:07:49
  1. 22
  2. (Opposite this was written:)
  3. 00:05:30
  1. 23
  2. Yet I am incapable of writing the only kind of novel…
  3. 00:06:44
  1. 24
  2. When I think back to that time…
  3. 00:06:46
  1. 25
  2. For us, then…
  3. 00:08:14
  1. 26
  2. About then I met Willi Rodde and got involved with politics.
  3. 00:05:58
  1. 27
  2. But I don't want to write Willi's history…
  3. 00:06:47
  1. 28
  2. The most striking of the three…
  3. 00:06:39
  1. 29
  2. In this he was different from Jimmy McGrath…
  3. 00:05:13
  1. 30
  2. Ted Brown was the most original.
  3. 00:06:58
  1. 31
  2. The Gainsborough Hotel was really a boarding-house…
  3. 00:06:09
  1. 32
  2. Willi ran a cheap fifth-hand car.
  3. 00:06:50
  1. 33
  2. The main block of the hotel stood directly by the main road…
  3. 00:08:16
  1. 34
  2. We were all very tired.
  3. 00:08:24
  1. 35
  2. We did not return for a month.
  3. 00:06:12
  1. 36
  2. June spent most of her time on the verandah…
  3. 00:06:04
  1. 37
  2. Now it was Mrs. Boothby…
  3. 00:05:13
  1. 38
  2. George Hounslow, a roads man, lived a hundred miles…
  3. 00:05:34
  1. 39
  2. In parenthesis I must say that this is exactly what happened…
  3. 00:05:30
  1. 40
  2. At about midnight, the glare of a lorry's headlights…
  3. 00:06:45
  1. 41
  2. I've thought about that often since.
  3. 00:06:23
  1. 42
  2. George looked at Willi, waiting for him to protest.
  3. 00:07:23
  1. 43
  2. I remember George's long puzzled look at Willi.
  3. 00:05:26
  1. 44
  2. At last we managed to get Jimmy on his feet.
  3. 00:08:03
  1. 45
  2. We walked up to the big room through the hot sunlight…
  3. 00:06:16
  1. 46
  2. On this morning Stanley had stacked the top of the piano…
  3. 00:07:54
  1. 47
  2. Paul turned his head with his characteristic indolent charm…
  3. 00:06:07
  1. 48
  2. 'Anna?' appealed George, looking at me.
  3. 00:06:09
  1. 49
  2. George looked at me again…
  3. 00:07:14
  1. 50
  2. He shut his eyes.
  3. 00:07:33
  1. 51
  2. It must have been about six or eight months…
  3. 00:06:11
  1. 52
  2. And then there was the affair of George's son.
  3. 00:05:51
  1. 53
  2. All this time we'd been making jokes…
  3. 00:07:02
  1. 54
  2. Next day bad temper prickled through the hotel.
  3. 00:05:33
  1. 55
  2. It was nearly midnight when Paul remarked…
  3. 00:06:15
  1. 56
  2. I left Willi in the bedroom and stood on the verandah.
  3. 00:05:55
  1. 57
  2. Paul left me and I went into the bedroom.
  3. 00:05:49
  1. 58
  2. The Red Notebook – The second notebook, the red one…
  3. 00:03:32
  1. 59
  2. The next day.
  3. 00:05:11
  1. 60
  2. 5th Feb., 1950
  3. 00:05:09
  1. 61
  2. 3rd Jan., 1952
  3. 00:05:50
  1. 62
  2. I see that I wrote yesterday, I would leave the Party.
  3. 00:08:51
  1. 63
  2. I went up to canvass, three afternoons.
  3. 00:07:13
  1. 64
  2. Jean Barker. Wife oF Minor Party official.
  3. 00:03:39
  1. 65
  2. The Yellow Notebook – The yellow notebook looked like…
  3. 00:05:36
  1. 66
  2. Julia's last remark had struck a familiar note.
  3. 00:06:13
  1. 67
  2. The idea for this novel had come to Ella…
  3. 00:07:02
  1. 68
  2. Here was Dr. West's house…
  3. 00:07:06
  1. 69
  2. Now the talk began again…
  3. 00:06:05
  1. 70
  2. Meanwhile she was restless to get away from him…
  3. 00:05:26
  1. 71
  2. It was time to go home.
  3. 00:07:16
  1. 72
  2. Paul was late…
  3. 00:07:48
  1. 73
  2. This was so personal, that it was her turn to glance…
  3. 00:05:32
  1. 74
  2. Later – and not so much later, he would say…
  3. 00:06:46
  1. 75
  2. They did not speak again until they reached the main road…
  3. 00:03:45
  1. 76
  2. From the feeling of the house she knew it was still empty.
  3. 00:05:54
  1. 77
  2. Being with Paul Tanner that night…
  3. 00:07:15
  1. 78
  2. That night Paul was humorous and very tender.
  3. 00:07:39
  1. 79
  2. The next evening they met full of defences on either side.
  3. 00:04:12
  1. 80
  2. Five years.
  3. 00:06:44
  1. 81
  2. The motif of Paul's attitude to his profession.
  3. 00:06:56
  1. 82
  2. The end of the affair.
  3. 00:07:10
  1. 83
  2. As for me, Anna, it was a remarkable fact…
  3. 00:08:23
  1. 84
  2. They ate, and he looked over at her and said…
  3. 00:04:05
  1. 85
  2. One day she went with him to his home.
  3. 00:07:55
  1. 86
  2. Later that evening he said, laughing…
  3. 00:05:47
  1. 87
  2. Ella had a dream which was unpleasant and disturbing.
  3. 00:07:26
  1. 88
  2. The Blue Notebook – The blue notebook began with a sentence…
  3. 00:05:43
  1. 89
  2. 9th October, 1946
  3. 00:06:37
  1. 90
  2. Jan. 19th, 1950
  3. 00:06:50
  1. 91
  2. Jan. 31st, 1950
  3. 00:07:42
  1. 92
  2. 15th March, 1950
  3. 00:06:00
  1. 93
  2. 9th June, 51
  3. 00:06:02
  1. 94
  2. 28th June, 52
  3. 00:06:22
  1. 95
  2. December 3rd, 52
  3. 00:07:55
  1. 96
  2. 9th April, 1954
  3. 00:06:22
  1. 97
  2. Free Women 2 – Two visits, some telephone calls…
  3. 00:06:56
  1. 98
  2. He sat down, arranged himself neatly…
  3. 00:06:35
  1. 99
  2. Tommy lowered his head, sat frowning.
  3. 00:05:49
  1. 100
  2. Tommy said: 'After I went to my father's office…'
  3. 00:05:40
  1. 101
  2. This shock reached Anna's diaphragm…
  3. 00:07:35
  1. 102
  2. She said at last: 'I know what you've come here for.'
  3. 00:06:25
  1. 103
  2. Some time later, perhaps as long as an hour…
  3. 00:06:03
  1. 104
  2. Now he came and sat down opposite her…
  3. 00:05:31
  1. 105
  2. Marion, when she came in, smiled…
  3. 00:06:05
  1. 106
  2. 'Why don't you go to bed?'
  3. 00:07:09
  1. 107
  2. The Notebooks – The black notebook continued empty…
  3. 00:06:31
  1. 108
  2. 'Oh, my dear, you are so marvellous…'
  3. 00:05:12
  1. 109
  2. 'Do you remember the excitement you talked about?'
  3. 00:05:36
  1. 110
  2. Letter from Mrs. Edwina Wright…
  3. 00:07:54
  1. 111
  2. 'Anna, I liked your book so much.'
  3. 00:08:59
  1. 112
  2. Now we are suddenly both very angry.
  3. 00:04:41
  1. 113
  2. The Red Notebook – August 28th 1954
  3. 00:04:29
  1. 114
  2. I dreamed marvellously.
  3. 00:05:08
  1. 115
  2. Here were pasted in some scribbled sheets…
  3. 00:06:29
  1. 116
  2. The talk became desultory…
  3. 00:05:11
  1. 117
  2. 'I often wonder if I am getting the correct advice…'
  3. 00:05:20
  1. 118
  2. The Yellow Notebook continues – The Shadow of the Third
  3. 00:05:26
  1. 119
  2. Next morning she slept too long…
  3. 00:06:02
  1. 120
  2. His face, his full eyes, were momentarily immobilised…
  3. 00:07:38
  1. 121
  2. And now she made a decision.
  3. 00:05:56
  1. 122
  2. Near her a man was sitting, absorbed in magazines…
  3. 00:08:44
  1. 123
  2. Her son woke her two hours later…
  3. 00:08:17
  1. 124
  2. He had a bed-sitting room and a bath in an expensive hotel.
  3. 00:05:32
  1. 125
  2. She thought this one out slowly…
  3. 00:07:00
  1. 126
  2. Ella spent the following evening with him.
  3. 00:08:23
  1. 127
  2. The Blue Notebook continued – 15th September 1954
  3. 00:06:35
  1. 128
  2. It must be about six o'clock.
  3. 00:08:54
  1. 129
  2. Now it is nearly eight o'clock...
  3. 00:06:49
  1. 130
  2. And now I must hurry.
  3. 00:06:59
  1. 131
  2. I ought really to be thinking over the coming encounter…
  3. 00:05:48
  1. 132
  2. When I get off the bus…
  3. 00:06:41
  1. 133
  2. Meanwhile Comrade Butte sits waiting.
  3. 00:04:10
  1. 134
  2. There is a startled silence…
  3. 00:04:51
  1. 135
  2. I read magazines and periodicals published in English…
  3. 00:05:11
  1. 136
  2. Before I start on the 'welfare work'…
  3. 00:08:07
  1. 137
  2. About eighteen months ago…
  3. 00:06:42
  1. 138
  2. For a year I have been answering these letters…
  3. 00:05:47
  1. 139
  2. I say 'Jack, when I leave, will there be anyone…'
  3. 00:04:42
  1. 140
  2. And now I see his face has put on a stubborn closed look…
  3. 00:04:22
  1. 141
  2. It is raining again, a small tedious drizzle.
  3. 00:07:17
  1. 142
  2. And now the cooking for Michael.
  3. 00:03:51
  1. 143
  2. I realise it is getting late.
  3. 00:07:22
  1. 144
  2. Free Women Three – Tommy adjusts himself to being blind…
  3. 00:07:07
  1. 145
  2. There never was a moment at which Tommy broke down.
  3. 00:07:14
  1. 146
  2. It was expressed by the single fact…
  3. 00:06:41
  1. 147
  2. A few days later Molly telephoned…
  3. 00:07:16
  1. 148
  2. Richard's lips actually trembled…
  3. 00:05:32
  1. 149
  2. Refusing to help him, not only out of dislike for him…
  3. 00:05:36
  1. 150
  2. Richard with an effort took himself to his desk…
  3. 00:07:09
  1. 151
  2. She opened her eyes, giddy and afraid…
  3. 00:06:42
  1. 152
  2. Anna reached the cleanliness of her own flat…
  3. 00:07:44
  1. 153
  2. Marion said: 'I'm sorry if I gave you a fright…'
  3. 00:05:48
  1. 154
  2. She sat staring, serious, ironical.
  3. 00:07:08
  1. 155
  2. 'Do you remember that black leader…'
  3. 00:05:27
  1. 156
  2. Marion left, creeping downstairs…
  3. 00:05:44
  1. 157
  2. With which she went to the bathroom, to get ready for bed.
  3. 00:08:59
  1. 158
  2. That was the dream she woke with in the morning…
  3. 00:05:03
  1. 159
  2. The Notebooks – The black notebook now fulfilled…
  3. 00:05:48
  1. 160
  2. 12th November
  3. 00:05:59
  1. 161
  2. In every direction, all around us, were the insects, coupling.
  3. 00:07:19
  1. 162
  2. Suddenly Paul sprang over and trod deliberately…
  3. 00:06:36
  1. 163
  2. We prepared for a lazy interval.
  3. 00:07:12
  1. 164
  2. There was again an intense silence.
  3. 00:06:41
  1. 165
  2. Time passed. We smoked. We waited.
  3. 00:07:28
  1. 166
  2. Maryrose closed her eyes again.
  3. 00:05:50
  1. 167
  2. 'Look, ' said Jimmy.
  3. 00:06:17
  1. 168
  2. The right side of the black notebook, under the heading…
  3. 00:05:28
  1. 169
  2. Came to know the young American writer James Schaffer.
  3. 00:08:23
  1. 170
  2. Easter Sunday
  3. 00:03:03
  1. 171
  2. Blood on the Banana Leaves
  3. 00:08:48
  1. 172
  2. Here was pinned to the page a review…
  3. 00:05:35
  1. 173
  2. The Red Notebook continued – 13th November 1955
  3. 00:08:07
  1. 174
  2. The Yellow Notebook continued – The Shadow of the Third
  3. 00:06:51
  1. 175
  2. A few weeks later, Ella sees Julia, tells her…
  3. 00:07:41
  1. 176
  2. Next day she telephones Julia…
  3. 00:08:22
  1. 177
  2. That evening Ella goes to Julia's house…
  3. 00:05:56
  1. 178
  2. Ella finds this story inside herself…
  3. 00:03:53
  1. 179
  2. About this time Ella pays a visit to her father.
  3. 00:08:21
  1. 180
  2. Ella, alone in her room, looks into her private pool…
  3. 00:06:47
  1. 181
  2. For something like eighteen months, the blue notebook…
  3. 00:06:51
  1. 182
  2. I remember how she sat opposite me…
  3. 00:06:47
  1. 183
  2. 'What do you want me to say then?'
  3. 00:05:47
  1. 184
  2. At this point, another thick black line across the page.
  3. 00:07:05
  1. 185
  2. Telling Mother Sugar of this dream…
  3. 00:04:12
  1. 186
  2. What is happening is something new in my life.
  3. 00:07:13
  1. 187
  2. Another heavy black line.
  3. 00:06:06
  1. 188
  2. Within a week of my having gone to bed with Nelson…
  3. 00:06:42
  1. 189
  2. Well, from the moment Nelson came in…
  3. 00:06:01
  1. 190
  2. It was quite late, as I've said, about midnight…
  3. 00:06:44
  1. 191
  2. But now, suddenly, the tiny blonde woman…
  3. 00:07:44
  1. 192
  2. He went off, shouting and screaming at me – at women.
  3. 00:06:08
  1. 193
  2. I suddenly had a telephone call from him…
  3. 00:06:16
  1. 194
  2. Later on in the evening he told me the following story.
  3. 00:04:39
  1. 195
  2. In the morning I gave him breakfast.
  3. 00:06:50
  1. 196
  2. Free Women 4 – Anna and Molly influence Tommy…
  3. 00:06:32
  1. 197
  2. Molly telephoned, in a state of near collapse, soon after.
  3. 00:07:49
  1. 198
  2. The stairs were narrow and dark.
  3. 00:06:58
  1. 199
  2. Anna's voice cracked.
  3. 00:07:25
  1. 200
  2. At this moment a sound from the foot of the stairs.
  3. 00:07:01
  1. 201
  2. Anna went home slowly.
  3. 00:06:37
  1. 202
  2. The Notebooks – The black notebook now abandoned…
  3. 00:03:47
  1. 203
  2. The red notebook, like the black notebook…
  3. 00:07:17
  1. 204
  2. Meanwhile our old friendship had been restored…
  3. 00:07:10
  1. 205
  2. The yellow notebook continued.
  3. 00:06:57
  1. 206
  2. *7 A Short Story
  3. 00:06:29
  1. 207
  2. *12 A Short Story
  3. 00:05:57
  1. 208
  2. *19 The Romantic Tough School of Writing
  3. 00:05:52
  1. 209
  2. The blue notebook continued, but without dates.
  3. 00:07:33
  1. 210
  2. I put myself back into the state of mind…
  3. 00:06:21
  1. 211
  2. The American, Mr. Green, was coming today…
  3. 00:05:17
  1. 212
  2. Saul Green came to see the room and to leave his things.
  3. 00:05:06
  1. 213
  2. (From this point on in the diary, or chronicle…)
  3. 00:08:50
  1. 214
  2. Spent today playing 'the game'.
  3. 00:06:57
  1. 215
  2. I felt my stomach clench…
  3. 00:05:03
  1. 216
  2. He has a way of being about at the time…
  3. 00:06:28
  1. 217
  2. I wrote the last sentence three days ago…
  3. 00:05:16
  1. 218
  2. I slept lightly, with terrible dreams.
  3. 00:05:33
  1. 219
  2. Then we went to drink coffee, and we talked about politics…
  3. 00:06:12
  1. 220
  2. I sat in the kitchen and thought over what I'd just said.
  3. 00:07:56
  1. 221
  2. When he came back, I knew I'd been waiting…
  3. 00:06:11
  1. 222
  2. Then the delight vanished as I came across an entry…
  3. 00:04:02
  1. 223
  2. I've just been up to have another look at the diary…
  3. 00:06:24
  1. 224
  2. Today he came in and I knew by instinct…
  3. 00:06:04
  1. 225
  2. He gave me a quick, startled look and walked out.
  3. 00:06:01
  1. 226
  2. He stopped in his striding walk around the room…
  3. 00:07:15
  1. 227
  2. (*17) We have had a week of being happy.
  3. 00:05:33
  1. 228
  2. He said: 'Come here' – moving away and gesturing…
  3. 00:04:42
  1. 229
  2. Last night, when I had finished writing…
  3. 00:07:05
  1. 230
  2. But now, writing it, and reading what I've written…
  3. 00:06:32
  1. 231
  2. We began discussing the state of the left in Europe…
  3. 00:05:26
  1. 232
  2. Then in front of my eyes I saw the letter…
  3. 00:05:36
  1. 233
  2. Saul had not moved.
  3. 00:06:56
  1. 234
  2. When he came down it was late…
  3. 00:08:10
  1. 235
  2. I said to myself in my sleep…
  3. 00:05:28
  1. 236
  2. And then I got up and switched on the lights…
  3. 00:07:52
  1. 237
  2. After breakfast I took my shopping basket…
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  2. The Golden Notebook
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  2. As his feet went down the stairs…
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  2. Then the dream, or the sleep, became quite thin…
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  2. This voice faded; but already the film had changed.
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  2. I woke into the stuffy dark of the room…
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  2. I put on some early Armstrong. I sat on the floor.
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  2. I rang Molly's number, and I said…
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  2. And suddenly he leaped up and off the bed…
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  2. He was cold, so I held him in my arms, full of happiness.
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  2. I stood and thought…
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  2. As soon as the dream came on…
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  2. A short story: or a short novel: comic and ironic…
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  2. I cooked and we slept.
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  2. Free Women 5 – Molly gets married and Anna has an affair
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  2. Anna found that she was spending her time in a curious way.
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  2. One afternoon she went to sleep and dreamed.
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  2. Late that night the bell rang.
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  2. He returned to the table and remarked…
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  2. At last he said: 'Well, that's fixed. Another soul for sanity.'
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  2. In the morning she felt him deadly cold in her arms…
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  2. When Janet came home she found Anna…
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