Bright, Precious Days - Chapters 37-38 Summary & Analysis

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The Calloways return to their traditional Hamptons rental for one last summer in Chapter 37, and Russell is not excited to spend the season surrounded by the only people in the city who care about his business. Their landlord recently offered to let them buy their loft for

$1.5 million, and so Russell is forced to admit the family will have to move out of downtown Manhattan. He still works four days a week, and cherishes the time alone in the city, often having dinner with Washington and his other friends. He spends his nights in front of the television, often falling asleep in the middle of a show and awakening in the early hours of the morning to reflect on the sorry state of his life.

The Hampton rental is bought in July by a young banker who plans to tear it down. His...

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