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Vanity Fair Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 62 Summary

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Chapter 62 Summary

The wealthy people of London have decided to go on a foreign tour again, similar to the exodus to Brussels but with no war. On a fantastic ship, young Georgy is rude to a messenger. Amelia and Jos are dining with the Belgian nobles who had been so false to George in Brussels. When the ship lands in Germany, the party sets off to visit the royals of Europe. Amelia, dressed in shabby mourning gowns as usual, is very happy during the vacation even if she does not dress elegantly like everyone else. She, Dobbin and Georgy explore small towns and travel around Europe together having a great time. Amelia sees opera for the first time and is enraptured. She begins to appreciate Dobbin more and more, and the two have the happiest time of their entire lives. The narrator says that they are unaware of it...

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