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Vanity Fair
William Makepeace Thackeray
Vanity Fair

A domestic satire set in England before the backdrop of the Napoleonic Wars.

Before the Curtain
I: Chiswick Mall
II: In Which Miss Sharp and Miss Sedley Prepare to Open the Campaign
III: Rebecca Is in Presence of the Enemy
IV: The Green Silk Purse
V: Dobbin of Ours
VI: Vauxhall
VII: Crawley of Queen’s Crawley
VIII: Private and Confidential
IX: Family Portraits
X: Miss Sharp Begins to Make Friends
XI: Arcadian Simplicity
XII: Quite a Sentimental Chapter
XIII: Sentimental and Otherwise
XIV: Miss Crawley at Home
XV: In Which Rebecca’s Husband Appears for a Short Time
XVI: The Letter on the Pincushion
XVII: How Captain Dobbin Bought a Piano
XVIII: Who Played on the Piano Captain Dobbin Bought
XIX: Miss Crawley at Nurse
XX: In Which Captain Dobbin Acts as the Messenger of Hymen
XXI: A Quarrel About an Heiress
XXII: A Marriage and Part of a Honeymoon
XXIII: Captain Dobbin Proceeds on His Canvass
XXIV: In Which Mr. Osborne Takes Down the Family Bible
XXV: In Which All the Principal Personages Think Fit to Leave Brighton
XXVI: Between London and Chatham
XXVII: In Which Amelia Joins Her Regiment
XXVIII: In Which Amelia Invades the Low Countries
XXIX: Brussels
XXX: “The Girl I Left Behind Me”
XXXI: In Which Jos Sedley Takes Care of His Sister
XXXII: In Which Jos Takes Flight, and the War Is Brought to a Close
XXXIII: In Which Miss Crawley’s Relations Are Very Anxious About Her
XXXIV: James Crawley’s Pipe Is Put Out
XXXV: Widow and Mother
XXXVI: How to Live Well on Nothing a Year
XXXVII: The Subject Continued
XXXVIII: A Family in a Very Small Way
XXXIX: A Cynical Chapter
XL: In Which Becky Is Recognized by the Family
XLI: In Which Becky Revisits the Halls of Her Ancestors
XLII: Which Treats of the Osborne Family
XLIII: In Which the Reader Has to Double the Cape
XLIV: A Roundabout Chapter Between London and Hampshire
XLV: Between Hampshire and London
XLVI: Struggles and Trials
XLVII: Gaunt House
XLVIII: In Which the Reader Is Introduced to the Very Best of Company
XLIX: In Which We Enjoy Three Courses and a Dessert
L: Contains a Vulgar Incident
LI: In Which a Charade Is Acted Which May or May Not Puzzle the Reader
LII: In Which Lord Steyne Shows Himself in a Most Amiable Light
LIII: A Rescue and a Catastrophe
LIV: Sunday After the Battle
LV: In Which the Same Subject Is Pursued
LVI: Georgy Is Made a Gentleman
LVII: Eothen
LVIII: Our Friend the Major
LIX: The Old Piano
LX: Returns to the Genteel World
LXI: In Which Two Lights Are Put Out
LXII: Am Rhein
LXIII: In Which We Meet an Old Acquaintance
LXIV: A Vagabond Chapter
LXV: Full of Business and Pleasure
LXVI: Amantium Irae
LXVII: Which Contains Births, Marriages, and Deaths
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