Annie John - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

Annie has turned fifteen and was more miserable than she has been in her whole life. She felt a heavy black weight inside herself, although when she visualized the weight, it was only the size of a thimble. She didn't know when or why it had come upon her, maybe only like a fine mist to begin with. She certainly was not one of those girls whose parents had died or abandoned her or any such woeful tale. She just felt unhappy.

Annie's relationship with her mother is still strained. They are able to put up a pleasant front for her father and the rest of the world, but things between the two of them were not good at all. She tried to rationalize how she could love someone so much and yet hate her at the same time. Normally, when she hated...

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