Sex and the City - Chapters 6 – 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 opens at the Bowery Bar, where the narrator is drinking with friends. A successful single movie producer, who she gives the alias Samantha Jones to, walks in. She is always with a different young and attractive man. The narrator notes that for the first time in Manhattan history, women in their 30s and 40s have enough power and money of their own and they now can see men as sex objects. Next, in a scene over tea at the Mayfair Hotel, the narrator’s friend Carrie, a journalist in her 30s, decides to give up on love and focus on power and sex. One night, Carrie meets a man with a cigar in his mouth named Mr. Big. They bump into each other again and discuss love and how she is researching the way women can now have sex like men for “a...

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