Vanity Fair - Chapter 26 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 26 Summary

George rents a very expensive suite of rooms (the old funeral bed of a deceased royal) for Amelia and him in London, and Dobbin comments about their lack of funds. George responds with the same argument that he is used to living in this manner. Amelia goes off to see her mother, and George tells her he has business. He really goes to the theater, leaving Dobbin to see her off in the carriage.

Amelia and her mother celebrate her marriage, and Amelia returns to her old bedroom where thinks sadly of her life and jealously of Becky. She broods in her bedroom and dreads going to sleep in the funeral bed in the hotel. She then goes downstairs, does not think of George's coldness and visits with her family.

The next day, George sends Amelia shopping with her mother to prepare for the trip to Belgium...

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