The Day of the Locust - Study Guide Chapter 19 Summary & Analysis

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Tod escapes injury at the collapsed set and gets a ride back to his office. To his great surprise, Faye is waiting for him there. She tells him that she thought about what he said, and she has moved in with Homer. Homer has agreed to give her room and board and take care of her until she's a star. They are keeping a list of all expenditures and will have a lawyer draft a contract. Tod says that seems like a good idea. Faye invites him to dinner the next night.

Faye and Homer seem very happy with their living arrangement. He takes care of the household, and she rests. He brings her breakfast in bed, and they shop for her in the afternoons. Tod can't help but think that if he had acted decently, she might be living with him and not Homer.

Faye, Homer...

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