Monkey Business: Swinging Through the Wall Street Jungle - The Epiphany Summary & Analysis

John Rolfe (author)
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The Epiphany Summary and Analysis

For Troob, the disillusionment came gradually. He was unable to see his girlfriend much and often had to cancel rendezvous plans because of work. He no longer had the time to work out and was gaining weight regularly. He began to feel guilty about the debauchery in which he participated. His life was deteriorating. For Rolfe, the disillusionment came in the wee hours of the morning, as he realized that he had hit a new low, masturbating at work because he had no life outside of the hellhole in which he found himself. He clearly saw many of the older bankers now - unmarried, lecherous, and perverted - and he was on the same path. The final realization hit as he showed an older banker how to access porn on his computer. This was the end. Rolfe had degenerated...

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