Vanity Fair - Study Guide Chapter 66 Summary & Analysis

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Amelia wants to hear all about Rawdon being taken from Becky. Becky cannot even remember the age of her child or what he looks like when Amelia asks all these questions. Amelia begins to talk all about her Georgy, and Becky pretends interest, all along hoping Amelia will not sit on the brandy bottles or uncover other unpleasant items in her room. Becky tells another version of her separation with Rawdon, creating new lies and making Amelia believe horrible things about the marquis, Lady Jane and Pitt.

Dobbin, who escorted Amelia to the boarding house, waits downstairs in the bar. Two male students who Becky hangs out with come down and sit near Dobbin. They talk about Becky's poor German and how nobody will go to her musical concerts. Then they mention how she fooled a little boy into gambling for her the previous night. Dobbin remembers...

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