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The Bonfire of the Vanities Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 23 Summary

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Chapter 23 Summary

In Weiss' office, the DA congratulates Kramer on the arrest. Together, they watch the press coverage. Kramer is thrilled that the court artist has drawn him with large, manly muscles. He noticed the artist had been a sexy Italian girl, with what Kramer considers Italian Dirty Girl lips. He has always looked down on Italian women, but he thinks they are sexy in a slutty kind of way. Weiss, the publicity hound, has been generous in sharing the spotlight with Kramer. In The City Light, spread out on Weiss' desk, is the story of a mystery brunette who was in the car with Sherman McCoy when McCoy heartlessly ran down Henry Lamb. A witness for the prosecution has called the mystery woman "foxy" and a "hotter ticket" than Judy McCoy. (pg. 505) Weiss is feeling triumphant. His willingness to prosecute a man like Sherman McCoy has silenced all...

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