The Carrie Diaries - Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 29 Summary

Carrie is hanging out with George. George tells Carrie she should write about what happened to her. To cheer Carrie up, he drives her to meet his great-aunt, the one that's a writer. To Carrie's surprise, George's great-aunt is no other than Mary Gordon Howard. Carrie tells George's aunt that they met before, and then Mary Gordon Howard remembers meeting Carrie four years before. She tells Carrie she's too pretty to be a writer and when Carrie stands up to her, MGH takes a liking to her. As they drive home, Carrie reviews the signed book MGH gives her and George insists on stopping at a stationary store to buy Carrie a journal.

Chapter 29 Analysis

Mary Gordon Howard's attitude about Carrie, or anyone else, becoming a writer is her way of testing the person. MGH realizes that Carrie has what it takes to...

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