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Vanity Fair [Penguin Readers]

by William Makepeace Thackeray

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I liked this story. It was fun to read, thinking what does Becky do next. I liked her character but I couldn't understand her behavior sometimes. Especially, her way of treating her friend, Amelia, sometimes. They had boken up, however at last they made up with each other so I was happy. ( )
1 vote Mana.K | May 31, 2010 |
This story is very interesting, and I like main characters, Rebecca and Amelia.
They are very different but both of them are very attractive.

I think this story is a little similar to 'Gone with the Wind'.
But, Rebecca made use of men much more than Scarlet.

Rebecca was not a good lady, but finally she became a kind person. ( )
  mamikom | Nov 28, 2009 |
Becky was born French mother who is opera girl. So she can speak French fuluently. She become social clamber. This book is classic story. ( )
  JuriYamamoto | Aug 27, 2009 |
This story was a bit difficult for me because there were too many characters. ( )
  trombone | Dec 12, 2008 |
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Becky Sharpe is very clever but she has no family and no money. Her friend, Amelia, comes from a rich family and is in love with an army officer. Can Becky marry well and be happy? What will the future hold for these two strong young women? A classic novel of the nineteenth century.

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