Good in Bed - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

Jennifer Weiner
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Chapter 10 Summary

Cannie is recalling her first summer internship at a newspaper. One employee kept brushing against her breasts and her boss only gave her photocopying to do. This was the summer that Cannie first began standing up for herself. She dropped something on the employee that was touching her and told her boss that she had to start getting real work or her internship would not count for college credit.

Cannie is recalling this as she debates what to do about the pregnancy. She is also thinking about how she first found out about Tanya's relationship with her mother. Anne called Cannie at work to tell her that she was gay and that her girlfriend had moved in. Cannie was shocked and needed some time to process the information. Bruce tells Cannie at the time that she should be happy for her mother. Cannie...

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