The Blue Girl - Pages 1-22 Summary & Analysis

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At the start of 'The Blue Girl' by Charles De Lint, we meet a seventeen-year-old girl with a troubled past called Imogene Yeck. The Yeck family have recently moved to the town of Newford to start a new life, new jobs and for the two children Jared and Imogene; a new school. They live with their divorced mother and are all trying to get to grips with the very different town of Newford compared to their old home town of Tyson. The Yeck family (and Imogene in particular) are different from most ordinary families in that the children were brought up on a hippy commune with a strong anti-authoritarian principles. Perhaps this is one of the reasons we discover that Imogene is so strong willed and individualistic, in Tyson she eschewed their old High School in favour of joining a dangerous...

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