The Blue Girl - Pages 333 - 368 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 333 - 368 Summary

In the final sections of The Blue Girl, we see Imogene being taken to talk to the police department about the attack on Brent Calder, and her mother strongly defending her actions. Imogene is forced to lie, hoping that Valerie - her enemy - has seen the light about her abusive boyfriend and has helped her with her own testimonial. The police do not press charges and Imogene is free to return home (her skin still blue) to her family, where she talks with her mother, apologising for being such a bad daughter and getting into so much trouble and danger.

Maxine, on the other hand, has returned home after the club much to her mother's amazement at being blue, and is further surprised when she finds that her mother isn't so oppressive as she was at the start of the...

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