The Blue Girl - Pages 23- 62 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 23- 62 Summary

The narrative continues with 'Then: Imogene' as she sits on the steps of Crowsea Public Library with her new best friend Maxine. They are talking about Imogene's new found enemies in Brent and Valerie, and Maxine tells her that everyone knows that Brent and Valerie are bullies and jerks, but that isn't stopping the gossip starting to fly about 'the new girl.'

Maxine confides in her friend that she isn't able to go to the little coffee shops after school or go out in the evening just yet as her own Mother is so protective and controlling. Most of the reason why Maxine looks the way she does is her Mother's doing: telling her what to wear and what to do and expecting good grades from her little daughter. Maxine, t turns out is also from a divorced family who...

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