Sex and the City - Chapter 21 – Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 21, the narrator includes various conversations exploring the phenomenon of the perennial bachelors, men who are now in their 40s or 50s and have still never been married. Many of these men suffer from “bimbo-itis” and they bring young women out with them, and they demonstrate commitment issues (176). In Chapter 22, it is Christmas. Samantha Jones is sad that she does not have a boyfriend. Carrie remembers Skipper’s second Christmas in New York, when he was lonely and complaining that everyone else was in a relationship. Carrie and Mr. Big were staying in. Skipper complains to Stanford that people think he is gay. Stanford has a crush on the Bone and was working on a play for him. Carrie recalls Christmas several years before, when she had been living in a studio apartment with no money, with only a piece of foam...

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