Bright, Precious Days - Chapters 11-12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 begins with Russell getting the kids ready for school. His conversation with Storey during breakfast leaves him concerned with her recent weight gain and obsession with food. After dropping the children at school he goes to work. On the way, he passes a beautiful young woman and fantasizes about a reality where he is a master of seduction.

At work he prepares to make Phillip Kohout’s agent an offer for his upcoming book. When calls Kip for reassurance that spending so much money is worth it Kip tells him to trust his instincts. Russell negotiates with Kohout’s agent, Briskin, and they agree after arguing back and forth over price for a while to take Russell’s offer of $150,000. During the negotiations, Russell’s staff remarks that the book is very unlike the kinds of books they typically publish.

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