Doris Lessing's excerpts from The Golden Notebook

The writer was a resident of Fitzrovia for four years

Doris Lessing’s excerpts from The Golden Notebook

Nobel Prize-winner and political campaigner Doris Lessing was a novelist, playwright, poet, short story writer biographer and librettist. From 1958 to 1962, she lived in
Fitzrovia, paying £5 a week in rent.
 
Come and listen to some of the words that made her reputation as one of the world’s most admired writers in our free Wireless Contemplation event. The event is on Friday 18 May at 13:00 at the chapel and everyone is welcome to attend.

The Golden Notebook was written while Doris Lessing lived in Fitzrovia.