The Day of the Locust - Study Guide Chapters 13 and 14 Summary & Analysis

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Tod visits the Greeners almost every night, now that Harry is ill. When Harry is asleep, he and Faye go into her room and talk. Tod finds that he is intrigued by her, although she is shallow and self-involved. She tells him ideas she has for movie scripts. She wants him to write them, because he is educated. He superficially indulges her, but his real intent is to get closer to her. Once, he kisses her, and she breaks away quickly, insisting that they are only business partners. Tod doesn't take this for an answer and vows to keep chasing her.

What makes it more difficult is that Homer Simpson is not Faye's only suitor. There is also Earle Shoop, for one. He's a rodeo cowboy from Arizona who did some movie work. Most of the time, he hangs out at a western goods shop...

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