Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy - Outcome Summary & Analysis

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Summary

Outcome

Though Bridget and Scott Wallaker do not get married, they become a committed couple. They have their four children christened, even though Bridget and Wallaker are both slightly Buddhist. Bridget knows that Mark would be glad that things have turned out all right. The new family lives in a big house near Hampstead Heath. At the end of the novel, they all have head lice.

Analysis

Bridget and Wallaker end up in a committed relationship that stops one step short of marriage. They share many of the same beliefs, from wanting their children christened to being slightly Buddhist in their approach to raising children. It is their commitment to their children that seems to be one of the strongest points shared between them. Since both are so dedicated to their families, they appear to be a good match.

Discussion Question 1

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