The Blue Girl - Pages 277 - 305 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 277 - 305 Summary

That afternoon whilst Maxine is at school the narrative continues with 'Now: Imogene' as she finishes up her preparations with Pell-Mell. Imogene apologises to her childhood friend that she abandoned him, not believing in him any more and wishing that they could stay in each other's lives. What follows is a philosophical conversation about God, Fate and life.

Imogene then decides to go to the school to meet Maxine whilst Pell-Mell uses his fairy doors to travel there, carrying the rucksack of equipment that Imogene has packed. As she approaches, and just as she is about to break into the school Imogene is confronted by the bully Brent Calder, who starts to shove her around. What she doesn't know is that the football team had lost the game, that it was actually Brent's fault and that he had lost his chance...

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