Second Helpings: A Novel - The Twenty-seventh and February 1st Summary & Analysis

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The Twenty-seventh and February 1st Summary

Jessica is thinking about sex right now. She describes a dream she had the previous night. She has a dream where someone whose name could also have made the last line of a birthday song she wrote rhyme was a stable boy and she was a countess.

Jessica writes Hope a letter to tell her about the sex ed. class. She tells Hope about a survey that the teacher passed out. Jessica says she answered the questions, although she felt like it was entrapment, so she wouldn't fail a class in the third semester of her senior year. Jessica also tells Hope that she used to not want to know if Hope loses her virginity, but now she wants to know. She thinks when Hope loses her virginity it will be for love and romance...

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