Vanity Fair - Chapter 34 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 34 Summary

Lady Southdown and Lady Jane come to leave a card not only for Matilda, but one for Miss Briggs as well. Miss Briggs is absolutely flattered and explains that she met Pitt junior and Lady Jane while out for a walk. Pitt junior and the two women have a very successful visit with Matilda, during which Matilda comes to like Lady Jane and Pitt very much. Matilda asks Lady Jane to come again and visit her.

The narrator says that in the autumn while Becky flaunts about Paris and Amelia sits in misery, Lady Jane and Matilda spend numerous pleasant visits. Pitt is very pleased with the way things are going and thinks he loves Lady Jane more each day.

Back in Queens Crawley, Mrs. Bute has heard of Pitt junior's newfound interest in his aunt. She and Bute try to figure out a way to get...

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