Bright, Precious Days - Chapters 45-46 Summary & Analysis

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Casey and Corrine attend an auction in Chapter 45. Casey is selling a small Warhol painting. She has Corrine accompany her so she is not alone at such an important social event. Most of the paintings sell for less than their estimated values, and several do not sell at all. The descriptions of the pieces reminds Corrine of a time when Russell had flipped through an auction catalog and mocked the descriptions.

Corrine takes in the subdued mood of the room as the auction progresses. A lot from the former head of Lehman Brothers is met with boos from the crowd. Casey’s painting fails to sell, though Casey reveals the auction house guaranteed her three millions dollars no matter what. Corrine insists they stay to see what the Tony Duplex painting sells for since she owns one. They notice Tony’s dealer, Gary...

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