Bright, Precious Days - Chapters 15-16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 15, narrated from Corrine's perspective, begins with Corrine, Russell, and Washington Lee at Tony Duplex’s art show in Gary Arkadian’s gallery. Corrine overhears two people talking about the resurgence of drugs, and then finds Washington talking to a young woman about art is the ‘80s. Corrine scares her off by recounting how dangerous living in New York was back then.

Corrine tells Washington about the time she rescued Tony and Jeff from a drug den, but Washington does not believe her. Russell finds them, and they move to a smaller room where the older paintings are hanging. Most of the paintings depict drug use or are a scathing commentary on the wealthy.

As they are enjoying the art, they see a man with a bandana covering his face spray painting one of the paintings. He is caught by a guard before...

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