Vanity Fair - Study Guide Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

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Still in flashback, Dobbin is unaware that the Osborne girls are not on his side. He heads off to visit Mr. Osborne at work, still feeling quite nervous because it was he who brought Amelia and George back together to start with. Osborne thinks Dobbin has arrived with news of George's surrender and thinks to himself that Dobbin is a bumpkin.

Osborne makes a speech to Dobbin about the great trouble he's taken to give everything to George. He insists George will come back a colonel and marry Miss Swartz and asks Dobbin to talk some sense into George. Dobbin is forced to admit that he did in fact bring the pair together and grows angry at John's insults to Amelia. Dobbin tells John that the couple is already married. Having nothing more to say, Dobbin storms off and asks John's friend Chopper to send him reports...

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