Bright, Precious Days - Chapters 25-26 Summary & Analysis

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Russell and Corrine go out to dinner during the Wisconsin primary election in Chapter 25 where they see Washington dining with a young woman. They talk about Veronica kicking Washington out of the house and how it takes both spouses to derail a marriage. Corrine argues what Russell considers the male point of view that both people are culpable in the case of an affair.

They then discuss their landlord converting their apartment building into condos, which they would barely be able to afford. Corrine proposes moving to New Jersey, or the Upper East Side, or Brooklyn. Russell balks, very attached to the idea of living in Manhattan, even at the sacrifice of the quality of his children’s education. Corrine also questions their habit of eating out several time a week, which costs far more than they can afford to waste.

When she...

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