The Bonfire of the Vanities - Study Guide Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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The next morning at Pierce & Pierce, Sherman finds himself, for the first time ever, unable to concentrate on work. He agonizes over the thok sound, trying to convince himself that it was not a person that the car had hit. But Sherman is certain the car had struck the skinny boy. He considers calling the police, but he realizes that after so much time has passed, it would sound like confessing a crime rather than reporting an accident. He reminds himself that he is a Master of the Universe and that he does not cave under pressure. Sherman has already searched the early morning papers and found no mention of the incident. Now he wants nothing more than to scour the headlines in The City Light, the afternoon paper, to see whether they've picked up the story.

However, after the tongue-lashing Sherman had given his co-worker the...

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