The Blue Girl - Pages 120 - 152 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 120 - 152 Summary

The story continues with the narrative of Maxine in 'Now: Maxine' as she thinks about her own summer, her mother and all of the things that she has just been told. Maxine is happy with her time away with her father but is angry with her mother being so blaise about her unconventional new friend Imogene - she wonders if she herself will ever be accepted so unreservedly from her own mother. She then turns to think about all of the strange things that she has been told by Imogene - about the ghost, her dreams and the fairies and discovers that she is not sceptical at all about any of it. Maxine remembers having read some of the other local fairy stories set in her home town of Newford by the writers Coppercorn, Mully and Christy Riddell. The last in...

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