The Bonfire of the Vanities - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

Sherman sleeps poorly that night. In the morning, he gets up early and buys several newspapers to read during the cab ride to work. The editorials in the morning paper turn the story into a crusade for justice for the less affluent people in the inner city. He calls Freddy Button, who strongly urges him to call Tommy Killian. Sherman doesn't call Killian. At 5 o'clock, he leaves work. He wonders whether the receptionist is judging him for shirking his duties; no one leaves Pierce & Pierce in the early evening to spend time with the wife and kids. He arrives home at 5:30 and is greeted only by the servants; Judy and Campbell are at a birthday party. The maid wakes him up half--an-hour later to inform him that there are two policemen downstairs to see him. Panicked, Sherman tells her to ask them to...

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