The Good Mother - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

Ursula helps Anna move to Washington. As they pack for the trip, Ursula loses her composure and asks Anna why she did not try harder to change the terms on which her competence as a parent was evaluated—why she did not insist to the judge that the narrow notions of right and wrong at play in the court room were not accurate or fair. Ursula suddenly realizes how unfair she is being, and apologizes to Anna for not being more supportive.

Once Anna establishes herself in Washington, she finds a job at Georgetown University in the special scholarships office, where she is responsible for writing flattering biographical summaries of scholarship students to be sent to the scholarship donors.

Anna watches Molly closely, as Muth has instructed her, for signs that she is not adjusting well. If Molly appears to be sufficiently...

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