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Party Princess - From the Desk of Her Royal Highness and Tuesday, March 2 After School Gifted and Talented Summary & Analysis

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From the Desk of Her Royal Highness and Tuesday, March 2 After School Gifted and Talented Summary

Mia writes a letter to Dr. Carl Jung, even though she knows he is dead and won't ever read or answer the letter. She tells him that every time she thinks she has found his invention of self-actualization, something happens to take it away. She mentions several examples.

First she finds out that she is a princess. Second, she has to care for her baby brother who seems to be developmentally challenged because he still isn't walking at 10 months. She also mentions being elected as class president even though she is the most unpopular girl in school, having the man she loves being tied up with his film class, and never being able to realize...

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