The Golden Notebook - Blue Notebook Summary & Analysis

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Blue Notebook Summary

Anna is not satisfied with the amount of emotion she finds in her entries. She details a session she has with Mother Sugar in which Anna realizes she is getting better. Anna mentions she is ready to move on alone. Mother Sugar points out the contradiction in this statement since Anna is a communist. Anna then talks to Mother Sugar about the cracks she believes there are in most all people. Mother Sugar takes the opportunity to tell Anna she should start writing again.

Next Anna writes that she now realizes that in moving to a new flat she did so not only to have room for Michael but more importantly to have room for her notebooks. Anna reads through her notebooks and realizes how much her breakup with Michael has changed her. She is scared because she doesn't recognize herself...

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