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An overbearing and narcissistic woman who rose to great social and financial prominence from humble beginnings finds herself all alone, reflecting on her circuitous and improbable journey and hoping for that one last chance at redemption.
She will be seventy in a couple of years. The matriarch of a wealthy and powerful family finds herself all alone, estranged from her three children, friends, and community. Her toxic personality and pathological compulsion for self promotion have left her in a state of isolation and despair.
She has plenty of money and time, time to reflect on her relationships and life experiences, but not enough time to undo the damage she has done to those she loved. This is a cautionary tale of life’s priorities and a reflective look at the American experience in the glass house.