Ever since Girls creator Lena Dunham’s collection of essays was snapped up for an astronomical $3.7 million by Random House, the literary world has been wondering: what’s in it that’s so great? Thankfully, Gawker acquired a copy of her 66-page proposal, which includes a diary of what Dunham ate in 2010, “a collection of emails that screw the pooch, jump the gun, and terrify men,” as well as her concern that she has the “beginnings of a FUPA” (google it). Gawker calculated that the 26-year-old’s proposal is worth about $56,000 a page. Ca-ching.
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