Miss Buncle's Book - Chapter 23 "Miss Buncle's Day in Town" - Chapter 24 "The Pen Is Mightier—" Summary & Analysis

D.E. Stevenson
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Chapter 23 "Miss Buncle's Day in Town" - Barbara has lunch with Mr. Abbott in town. The narrator points out that it is Barbara's alter ego, Elizabeth, who has lunch with him, meaning that Barbara is starting to emulate her more confident, elegant, and charismatic character from her sequel. Mr. Abbott has become increasingly more attracted to Barbara. He has, in fact, started to feel that she is perhaps the woman he has waited for his whole life. He decides to propose to her when she hands him the manuscript of the "Disturber" sequel.

After lunch they go to a movie together, but neither enjoy it and both are bored by it. They duck out and have tea, and Barbara says she is worried she will run out of material after "The Pen Is...

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