The Golden Notebook by Doris Lessing
Doris Lessing may have followed the least likely path to success of any of the Nobel laureates in literature. Her nomadic life began in Iran (then still known as Persia), where her father served as a clerk at the Imperial Bank. Before her tenth birthday, her family had moved to present-day Zimbabwe, where they pursued a failed attempt at maize farming. …
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