The Golden Notebook - Blue Notebook Summary & Analysis

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Blue Notebook Summary

After realizing she tends to turn all of her experiences into stories, Anna decides she needs to keep a diary. She begins by talking about Molly and Tommy's relationship. Tommy is angry with his mother for leaving his father. Anna tells Tommy the truth about his father. Molly sends Tommy to stay with Richard for the summer. After spending this much time with him, Tommy realizes that what his mother and Anna say about his father is true. However, he is still resentful of Molly. Anna worries that Janet will have the same feelings toward her when she grows up. Anna finds a journal entry from the day Janet was conceived. Although she made love to Max and married him, Anna admits that that man never got close to her personally.

Next Anna addresses her time with Mrs. Marks. Mrs. Marks...

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