Vanity Fair - Chapter 65 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 65 Summary

Jos does not tell the others that he has met up with Becky. He finds her living with the bohemians and enjoying her new life in modest accommodations, flirting with local students. Becky whines to him that all her friends were fair-weather friends and have forgotten her in her time of need. She tells him that George always wooed her, which made Amelia jealous. Becky says, though, that she never had feelings for George and in fact never stopped loving Jos. Her attitude to him always was a result of her husband's jealousy at his being the first to win her heart.

Jos is quite moved and agrees that she has been terribly wronged. He heads back to tell Dobbin the story and try to get her placed back in society. Dobbin says he has always distrusted Becky from the very beginning. They argue about it and...

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