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Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair

  

by William Makepeace Thackeray

Vanity Fair Learning Guide: Table of Contents

Characters
Becky Sharp
Timeline
Amelia Sedley
George Osborne
Rawdon Crawley
William Dobbin
Jos Sedley
Pitt Crawley
Sir Pitt Crawley
Lady Jane Crawley
Miss Crawley
Rawdon Crawley Jr.
Mrs. Bute Crawley
Lord Steyne
George Osborne Jr.
Mr. Sedley
Mr. Osborne
Peggy O'Dowd
Miss Swartz
Character Clues
Character Roles (Protagonist, Antagonist...)
Foil
Protagonist
Romantic
GuideMentor
Analysis
Symbolism, Imagery, Allegory
Vanity Fair
Amelia's Piano
George's Portrait
Becky's Many Costumes
5,000 Pounds Per Year
Napoleon
Setting
Narrator Point of View
Genre
Tone
Writing Style
What's Up With the Title?
What's Up With the Epigraph?
What's Up With the Ending?
Tough-o-Meter
Plot Analysis
Booker's Seven Basic Plots Analysis
Three-Act Plot Analysis
Trivia
Steaminess Rating
Allusions
Study Questions
Best of the Web
Module Quizzes
Module Flashcards
Quotes (What was Said)
Quotes (What was Said) Flashcards
Quotes (What was Said) True or False
Themes (For the Most Part)
Themes (For the Most Part) Flashcards
Themes (For the Most Part) True or False
Symbols
Symbols Flashcards
Symbols True or False
Be Sure Also to Take Our Quiz on Harper’s Bazaar
Be Sure Also to Take Our Quiz on Harper’s Bazaar Flashcards
Be Sure Also to Take Our Quiz on Harper’s Bazaar True or False
Where the House of Mirrors is the Most Popular Attraction
Where the House of Mirrors is the Most Popular Attraction Flashcards
Where the House of Mirrors is the Most Popular Attraction True or False
Essay
Public Domain Full Text
Current Events & Pop Culture
Challenges & Opportunities
Assignments & Activities
Characterization
Chew On This
Character Journal Entry
Facebook Plot Summary
Archetypes
Symbolism, Allusion, and Irony
Literary Devices
Adaptation
Why Should I Care?
Letter to My Fair Rawdon
A Mother's Love and Compassion (…Or Not)
Puttin' the Water in the Loo
Discussion & Essay Questions
Reading Quizzes
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