The Swans of Fifth Avenue - Chapters 10 - 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 begins with Truman musing about his friendship with the Paleys’, which had become more complicated since Bill asked Truman to talk to Carol on his behalf. At first, Truman outright rejected the idea, but when Bill invited him to his private all men's club for drinks, Truman eventually gave in. Bill appealed to Truman’s vanity by telling Truman they were alike in one way: they were both collectors of women. Truman told Carol over lunch that Bill was requesting an intimate dinner with her. She called Truman a pimp and left in a huff. His worry over the Bill-Carol episode was replaced by the delicious gossip that Pam was meeting Slim’s husband for lunch. Truman visited Slim but lied and told Slim he gave Pam the “social cut” at the restaurant out of love for Slim.

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