Vanity Fair - Study Guide Chapter 56 Summary & Analysis

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Georgy Osborne is even more spoiled than his father. John is every bit as proud and enamored of him as he was of George. John envisions a career in Parliament for the young boy. Georgy quickly decides that his grandfather is unintelligent and begins to boss him around and patronize him because he can. There is a lot of discussion of how spoiled the boy is, how he was raised to be worshipped in both households and now acts that way.

Amelia sometimes sends him small gifts of clothing that she buys or makes, but whenever he comes to visit, he is wearing much nicer garments with jewels. He brings his mother a present of a picture of himself, and she is overjoyed. George is pleased to have bought the gift with his own money. Amelia thinks her son is the most humble and generous person in...

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