Blue Angel - Chapters 19-21 Summary & Analysis

Francine Prose
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Chapter 19

Ted goes to meet his agent at a very nice restaurant in New York. He arrives a half hour earlier than the reservation but the hostess seats him anyway. Ted notices that there are other people already there and he is mildly disgusted by the rare slices of meat that load their plates. In the back of the restaurant is a cigar lounge where he states everyone goes in there to pollute and be polluted.

Len, his agent, finally arrives and Ted thinks that he definitely looks older. They order wine and both have the lamb, served rare. Over their meal, Ted broaches the topic of Angela's manuscript and Len asks what the author is like. Ted tells him and Len astutely tells Ted that he'd better not be screwing her. Ted sidesteps the inquisition and they continue talking. Len wants Ted...

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