Funny Girl - Chapters 19-20 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 19

Bill has finally finished his novel, Diary of a Soho Boy. Tony volunteers to read it, and can't put it down. As June, who reads scripts for a living, explains, he has a true narrative voice, which is more than many writers out there.

Their secretary, Hazel, has also become their agent over the time she's been with them. She suggests Bill give the book to Michael Braun of Braun and Braun. She has some connections to the literary world, even if she can't bring herself to read the entire book.

Braun loves it and agrees to publish it. He wants to find books that will offend readers and make them talk. Bill really is just attempting to write something real, not offend people outright, but it's a publishing contract.

Since Braun wants to publish the book right away, Bill needs to...

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