Vanity Fair - Study Guide Chapter 60 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 60 Summary

Jos buys a small house and furnishes it lavishly, employing a few servants to do double duty. Amelia is finally re-entered into polite society. Many people come visit her, including Dobbin's sisters and Georgy's aunts. Amelia entertains Jos's business associates and learns a lot about politics and local business.

Amelia starts to receive male visitors as well, and this makes Dobbin twinge with jealousy for a moment. Then, he remembers that he trusts her completely and that she is pure and innocent and good. Jos even gets acknowledged at court, and Jos and Dobbin beg for Amelia to be allowed to buy her diamonds for the occasion, saying that none are too nice for her.

Chapter 60 Analysis

Without trying or feeling smug, Amelia has made leaps and bounds in the social circles of Vanity Fair. She is a lady once again, with servants and wealth, and she...

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