Vanity Fair - Study Guide Chapter 59 Summary & Analysis

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John Sedley is very emotional at the pending visit of his son. He spends hours going through his papers about failed business prospects and gets up at six in the morning wearing his Sunday suit to wait for Jos to visit. Jos has grown accustomed to finery and spent the previous day at the tailor's getting fabulous suits made for him, arranging for servants and eating fine foods. He finally goes to visit his father.

Jos discovers that their mother has died while he was en route from India. The family cries about this news for awhile. Jos swears to take care of his family from now on. Amelia and Polly had an argument the day before when Polly suggested Dobbin was still in love with Amelia. Amelia said he was only George's best friend, and she could never give her heart away again after loving such...

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