Bright Lights, Big City - Chapter Ten, Sometimes a Vague Notion Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Ten, Sometimes a Vague Notion Summary

The narrator wakes up in bed in Megan's apartment. She has dressed him in pajamas and left a note on the kitchen table for him to fix himself breakfast. His clothes are in the bathroom freshly cleaned and dried. He dresses and leaves a note for her saying he is sorry once again.

Back in his apartment, a journalist named Richard Fox calls, asking for information about the New Yorker. He is writing an expose and wants some gossip. The narrator refuses to give him any. He goes out for some food and the newspaper, and when he gets back he spots his brother Michael sitting on the stoop of the building. Michael stands and starts towards him. The narrator turns and runs, dodging down a subway entrance. He takes an uptown train...

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