Vanity Fair - Study Guide Chapter 63 Summary & Analysis

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Lord Tapeworm, the man who confused Amelia for Dobbin's wife, quite enjoys the Sedley family and hangs around them a lot. He begins to court Amelia, but she has no idea what is going on. She and Jos just think he is nice. Jos is announced at court and makes public his decision to stay in Germany through autumn. The nobility immediately begins to visit Amelia in droves, much to Jos's delight. She finally wears a pink gown, as mourning is not permitted in court. There is a lot of talk about the social scene in the town of Pumpernickel, near Cologne, where they are staying. George and Amelia both take music and art and language lessons. Everyone is very happy with the social scene, and even Jos starts dating a woman.

Amid the balls and dances in town, there is a gambling house where locals do...

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