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CliffsNotes on Thackeray's Vanity Fair

by Cliffs Notes Editors, William Makepeace Thackeray

Series: CliffsNotes

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This has something that is invaluable for a large, sprawling novel: a list of characters. I enjoy reading Cliff Notes with a book; they give me a different perspective on the book without being unduly long or jargon-ridden. In this case, I had actually read the book several years ago, but only recentky saw the movie. Ths was perfect for refreshing my memory as to original story versus the one in the movie script. And of course, it evoked my memories of the actual book. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0822013207, Paperback)

This satirical novel of manners will fascinate the careful reader. The story of the various fortunes of two women in 19th-century England is filled with sly irony and tongue-in-cheek humor, yet it offers the leisurely reader a chance to find subtle meanings.

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This satirical novel of manners will fascinate the careful reader. The story of the various fortunes of two women in 19th-century England is filled with sly irony and tongue-in-cheek humor, yet it offers the leisurely reader a chance to find subtle meanings.… (more)

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