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I would like to know what "brooding in his tent" means here:
(“I knew that, being Howard’s producer, I was condemning myself to a lifetime of hearing impressions from strangers,” he says ruefully.) When Cosell entered his bitter retirement—“It’s a shame Howard wasn’t taking victory laps, but he was brooding in his tent”—Rubin decided to go to France and learn to bake.
- to keep thinking about a subject for a long time, often with anger or resentment:
- We found him in his room, brooding on/over his failure to get a job after two years of trying.
I assume you know what a 'tent' is.