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Vanity Fair Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 29 Summary

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Chapter 29 Summary

The Osbornes and the Crawleys meet in the park, where Becky and Rawdon are riding with the general and barely make polite contact with Amelia and George. George wastes no time telling Rawdon of his recent dinner with the Belgian nobles. At the theater, Becky introduces George to the general, and she has George escort her to the Osborne box. When they leave, the general is relieved. George is pleased with himself, thinking he made a grand impression, and Becky is happy because she thinks she is playing George and the general for fools.

The general watches Becky in the Osborne box, and she puts on a great show for him, which Dobbin picks up on. When he later comments that Becky is a snake, George counters that she is the nicest woman in the world, while Amelia hangs her head in shame as Becky bedazzles everyone...

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