Bright, Precious Days - Chapters 33-34 Summary & Analysis

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Russell arrives home from work and cooks the children dinner while Corrine is staying late at the office in Chapter 33. Storey has become a vegetarian and insists they all give up meat at least one day a week, so he makes pasta. As Russell is cooking, and Jeremy is doing his homework, Storey reveals she sometimes talks on the phone with Hilary.

When Corrine comes home, Russell notices Storey ignores her as Jeremy soaks up her attention like a puppy. Throughout dinner Russell drinks a bottle of wine by himself because Corrine is taking a break from drinking. As he pours the last glass, he remembers the letter he received from Jack and opens it. Jack’s letter thanks Russell for his time and effort as editor for his first book, but claims he stifled Jack’s voice as a writer. Jack tells...

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