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Hardcover Ù Vanity Fair PDF/EPUB Ì Thackeray an only child was born in Calcutta India where his father Richmond Thackeray September – September held the high rank of secretary to the board of revenue in the British East India Company His mother Anne Becher – was the second daughter of Harriet and John Harman Becher and was also a secretary writer for the East India CompanyWilliam had been sent.

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  1. Realini Realini says:

    Hardcover Ù Vanity Fair PDF/EPUB Ì vanity ebok, fair free, Vanity Fair PDFVanity Fair by William Makepeace Thackeray What I admire most about Becky Sharp is her Determination She is poor but finds a way out of her predicament Even when she is in debt and back at ground level Becky Does Not Give up NeverThis is an extraordinary woman admirable also because of her shortcomings in spite of the negative traits


  2. Bruce Bruce says:

    Hardcover Ù Vanity Fair PDF/EPUB Ì vanity ebok, fair free, Vanity Fair PDFA biting and witty satire on English social life and customs during the first part of the nineteenth century its subtitle is “a novel without a hero” and it could also be added without heroines Yet the book


  3. عمران ابن مصر عمران ابن مصر says:

    Hardcover Ù Vanity Fair PDF/EPUB Ì vanity ebok, fair free, Vanity Fair PDFThackeray's opus is a wonder Long yes but so very good in so many waysHe's part Oscar Wilde part Jonathan Swift with a dash of Dickens but all his own voiceSince the story is so long and sprawling I only jotted down a few notes on my impressions He breaks the 4th wall some times with savage glee yanking it down making you look at yourself and the characters in a new light Other times he does it with delicacy sliding back the wall and making you feel like it's just him and you in the same room both of you enjoying the wit and banter of this story you his eual and frie


  4. Cheryl Jensen Cheryl Jensen says:

    Hardcover Ù Vanity Fair PDF/EPUB Ì vanity ebok, fair free, Vanity Fair PDFThackery is bitingly witty and cleverly satirical in this commentary on societal niceties Although the term did not exist at the time his portrayal of Becky Sharp is an excellent profile of a sociopath charming elouent manipulative selfish and erudite Amelia is so virtuous her very virtuousness becomes a fault It was not uite as predictable as my first impression predicted and that pleased me My difficulty with this novel was its length 1600 pages on my e reader and with so much content many of Thackery's observations and commentaries became repetitive However I reminded myself this book was written in weekly i


  5. VaultOfBooks VaultOfBooks says:

    Hardcover Ù Vanity Fair PDF/EPUB Ì vanity ebok, fair free, Vanity Fair PDFBy William Makepeace Thackeray Grade AThe first thing that grasped me as I began the novel ‘Vanity Fair’ was the immense confidence of the author William Makepeace Thackeray He doesn’t just assert his confidence in every word of his masterpiece but proclaims it boldly in the very title by calling his book ‘Vanity Fair A Novel without a Hero’ Yes a novel without a hero But ‘a novel without a hero’ it definitely isn’t Those words are just a satire on the heroes of common imagination The novel in fact has one of the truest heroes that I have ever come across But let’s fi


  6. Nancy Hammons Nancy Hammons says:

    Hardcover Ù Vanity Fair PDF/EPUB Ì vanity ebok, fair free, Vanity Fair PDFVolume one was kind of long and a smidge depressing I'll read volume two in a couple of months


  7. John John says:

    Hardcover Ù Vanity Fair PDF/EPUB Ì vanity ebok, fair free, Vanity Fair PDFmy edition was in one volume and printed in1898 or 68 difficult to read date interesting scenes around eourope but i think it would have been intesting to the people living there in the 1800s


  8. Bridget Weller Bridget Weller says:

    Hardcover Ù Vanity Fair PDF/EPUB Ì vanity ebok, fair free, Vanity Fair PDFDated in a way that many other better novels of the same period aren't Found it a bit of a struggle to stay engaged for the duration


  9. Louise Louise says:

    Hardcover Ù Vanity Fair PDF/EPUB Ì vanity ebok, fair free, Vanity Fair PDFFound it a bit too long winded but probably typical of the writing of the time The end left nothing to the imagination


  10. Miriam Miriam says:

    Hardcover Ù Vanity Fair PDF/EPUB Ì vanity ebok, fair free, Vanity Fair PDFbegin readingchapter XLVIpage 500


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