The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue Short Essay - Answer Key

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1. What are Henry's and Percy's plans after completing their Grand Tour together?

After completing their Grand Tour together, Henry plans to come home to England and help his father run the estate, and Percy plans to go to law school.

2. Why has Percy lived with his aunt and uncle all his life?

Percy has lived with his aunt and uncle all his life because his father, who was British, returned from the family's estate in Barbados with Percy, who is mixed-race, and died soon thereafter. Percy's aunt and uncle took him in and raised him.

3. In Chapter Two, what are Henry's father's main conditions for his Grand Tour?

In Chapter Two, Henry's father's main conditions for his Grand Tour include no gambling, very little drinking, no smoking, and no sex.

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