Bright, Precious Days - Chapters 7-8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 begins with Corrine waking up the morning after the disastrous dinner party anxious about how to tell her children that Hilary is, in fact, their biological mother. She and Russell agree to tell them at dinner and that Hilary is no longer welcome in their home. As the morning progresses with the entire Calloway family quiet and subdued, the narration, told in Corrine’s perspective, recounts the events that lead to Hilary donating her eggs to help Corrine and Russell start the family they desperately wanted.

After dropping the kids off at school and going to work, Corrine reflects on the career path, having gone from stockbroker to screenwriter to philanthropist in the wake of September 11th. Nancy Turner calls her to talk about going for a drink with Jack Carson after leaving the Calloway’s the night before and the lack...

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