Second Helpings: A Novel - The Thirtieth Summary & Analysis

Megan McCafferty
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The Thirtieth Summary

Jessica started keeping two journals: one for herself and one to turn into the teacher in class. When she turns in the journal, she turns in the personal one instead of the class one. She doesn't realize it until she is already on her way to her net class. Mac, the teacher, asks to speak with her. He tells her that he wants to see the writing in her journal in the work she dos in class. He also tells her that she shouldn't be embarrassed about what she wrote, indicating that his second novel, which he assume she read, was written to his lover, Raul.

The Thirtieth Analysis

Jessica doesn't take Mac's conversation about her being a writer seriously. She has already made up her mind that she is going to be a psychiatrist. Mac thinks she is a better...

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