Vanity Fair - Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 22 Summary

John Osborne is pretty sure George and Amelia will not last long without any income from him and is not worried about the marriage. Meanwhile, Dobbin, dressed to the nines, waits for Georgein a coffee shop. George shows up and downs several shots to calm his nerves. They head to the church to meet Amelia. Jos and Dobbin are the only guests at the wedding. After the ceremony, Dobbin is too full of emotion to speak as he watches the newlyweds drive off. Dobbin is utterly depressed, walking the streets as children taunt him for his ridiculous clothes.

Jos Sedley looks wonderful as he eats lunch with Rawdon and George some days later. Jos and George are commenting on the beautiful women that walk by. Since they are bored at work during the current peace outbreak, they look to hang out somewhere amid attractive ladies. As the...

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