The Bonfire of the Vanities - Chapter 27 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 27 Summary

Sherman is doing everything he can to cut expenses. As she promised, Judy is doing what she can to help Sherman through his ordeal although this does not include affection. They plan their re-entry into society, thinking Sherman looks guilty by staying away from social engagements. Judy ensures that their invitation to the di Duccis, issued months before Sherman's disgrace became public, is still good. The high society di Duccis' assure Judy that she and Sherman are welcome. To Sherman's shock, he finds himself the most popular man at their party. The same people who snubbed him at the Bavardages are now eager to share his limelight. Getting arrested has made him a hit with the crowd, and Sherman entertains them all evening with stories about his prison time. The papers have painted Sherman as a financial genius, and suddenly his job at...

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