Vanity Fair - Chapter 64 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 64 Summary

The narrator is not going to talk about where Becky has been these months, as he does not like to speak of impolite things. He says that nothing she has been doing was pleasant and wants to leave it at that. Going against his own advice, he proceeds to reveal a few details through flashback. After the incident, Lord Steyne sends his man to tell Sir Pitt the truth about Becky's whole history. She and Rawdon go through divorce proceedings, and they send her out of the country to France with a small yearly alimony.

Rawdon and Becky's son is left to the guardianship of Pitt and Jane, although Becky does write him a letter when Pitt's son dies and little Rawdon is named heir of Queens Crawley. Rawdon, happy at last, tells Jane not to worry and that he considers her his mother. Becky spends a...

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