Vanity Fair - Study Guide Chapter 53 Summary & Analysis

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Rawdon is hauled off to visit his creditors. This is his third visit there, and the prior two were examples of gallant civility orchestrated by Becky. He decides not to alert his wife of his imprisonment because he will just disturb her sleep. He writes to her in the morning asking her to sell some possessions to bail him out. He begs her to hurry since the next day is Sunday, and he will be stuck through the entire weekend if she does not get there.

Becky at last sends some money and a note saying she has not sold anything to get the money but has begged and borrowed it. Rawdon is outraged that she would not sell any of her jewelry to set him free from jail. He writes to his brother to send one hundred pounds to free him. Lady Jane comes, and Rawdon...

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