Blue Angel - Chapters 22-24 Summary & Analysis

Francine Prose
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Chapter 22

Ted goes to the Dean’s office the next morning, nerves singing. Bentham, the Dean, ushers him into the office, then tells his secretary to hold all of his calls. Bentham slides a recorder onto the top of the desk and presses play. It is the conversation from the day before, where he’d told Angela that Len wouldn’t read her manuscript. All of the discussion is there, including the admission of their sexual liaisons.

Bentham tells Ted that Angela is accusing him of sexual harassment. She’s threatening to sue the school. Bentham wants Ted to resign, to save what’s left of his dignity and the school’s reputation. Ted asks what his options are and Bentham tells him that aside from quietly resigning, he can fight the allegations, which will bring everything out into the open. Ted is...

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