The Golden Notebook - Free Women: 3 Summary & Analysis

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Free Women: 3 Summary

After a week in the hospital it is determined Tommy will live, however, his optic nerve was damaged by the bullet and he will be blind. Molly and Anna try to determine when they let Tommy down. They also defend themselves against Richard's attacks. When Tommy regains consciousness, Molly tells him the truth about his blindness. This truthfulness angers Richard further. Tommy insists no changes be made in anyone's lives because of his blindness. His bedroom is relocated to the living room in Molly's house so he won't have to deal with as many stairs. Molly and Anna agree that Tommy's presence makes them uncomfortable. For the most part, life returns to normal.

After Tommy's suicide attempt, Marion stops drinking. She also visits Tommy quite often. At Richard's request, Anna meets with Richard in his office to talk. She is aware...

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