The Good Mother - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 Summary

Having lost the custody battle, Anna struggles to reclaim what is left of her life and come to terms with her now truncated time with her daughter. Upon coming home after learning the news from Muth, Anna weeps uncontrollably until she falls asleep. She is so full of sorrow that the fact that her body is still able to function and urinate seems to her to be a betrayal.

When Ursula calls offering company, Anna tells her that she prefers to be alone in order to contemplate her options. Ursula asks what her options are, and Anna tells her that she is thinking about moving to Washington to be closer to Molly.

Anna begins to make lists of things she needs to do in order to make the move to Washington. She avoids Leo as she does so, conscious of the fact that...

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