Vanity Fair - Study Guide Chapter 37 Summary & Analysis

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Becky and Rawdon rent a fully furnished mansion in London entirely on credit. Matilda's former butler, Mr. Raggles, has done quite well for himself since retiring form her service. He has purchased a fine mansion fully furnished at the public auction that he leases for extra income. He, in fact, owns the house the Crawleys move into. Mr. Raggles even comes out of retirement to act as butler for the Crawleys out of devotion to Matilda. Rawdon and his family, of course, drive the Raggles to ruin.

Rawdon and Becky make constant use of his aunt's good name for all their services from laundry to food shopping, so they never pay a thing and simply develop huge tabs wherever they go. They do not develop a bad reputation in London. Quite the opposite happens, and Becky becomes quite popular for her wit, but only among the men...

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