Vanity Fair - Chapter 25 Summary & Analysis

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Dobbin tells the crew at Brighton that he fears the battle in Belgium will be quite intense, but he asks the men not to tell Amelia this. They agree to talk about the war as if it were just normal duty for soldiers. The narrator reveals that Amelia does not like Dobbin much. He lisps, is ugly and is awkward. She likes how much Dobbin likes George, but she does not care much for him. Dobbin knows how she feels about him, which makes him even more awkward. The narrator also hints that, in time, Amelia will quite change her mind about Dobbin.

Becky figures out how much Dobbin is in love with Amelia. She also does not like Dobbin because of how much he loves Amelia, and he does not like her either. Outwardly, of course, Becky is very polite to him as a friend of their friends. Rawdon...

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