Vanity Fair - Study Guide Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

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The characters head to Belgium by sea, and Jos gets seasick. He does not have a servant when they embark in Belgium, so Dobbin secures Jos and Amelia's luggage as well as an English-speaking servant for the family. The town is swarmed with wealthy Britons, and Napoleon and his army prepare to wreak havoc.

The English soldiers are feeling quite confident, knowing the Russians, Prussians and Austrians are on their way to help defeat Bonaparte. George is ashamed by his vulgar associates in the military, but Amelia does not seem to mind them at all. She is really starting to like Mrs. O'Dowd. All the characters are enjoying the scene in Belgium, which is much the same as in London with gambling, dancing, drinking and constant parties. Jos wants to feel included and dresses in military-style clothing even though he is a civilian. George is quite pleased...

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