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The Golden NotebookWhy does Anna write her political life to the red notebook? Does red...
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Of course this book uses colour incredibly significantly, and perhaps we are able to see a rather ironic reflection on the nature of politics in Anna's choice of red for her political life. Red is a colour that we associate with blood and struggle, and clearly the way in which this section of the novel picks up on the theme of conflict in relation to politics makes this a suitable colour.
Posted by accessteacher on February 13, 2012 at 7:12 PM (Answer #2)
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Posted by litteacher8 on February 14, 2012 at 4:01 AM (Answer #3)
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