The Bonfire of the Vanities - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

On Long Island, Sherman McCoy sits with his wife and parents at a table in the fashionable Beach Club. Sherman has been coming to the club since he was a boy, and had often played on the private stretch of beach where young Campbell now plays with her friends. At another table, Sherman notices Pollard Browning, president of his apartment's co-op board, and also president of the Beach Club. Sherman listens idly as his father regales Judy about the perfect martini. Sherman is pleased that he and Judy have gotten out of the house, where the atmosphere is still poisoned by his foolish telephone blunder. Sherman hopes that all of the recent ugly business will fade away since he has not seen anything about the car accident in the papers. Campbell runs up from the beach with a question for Sherman. Her friend's...

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