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This I set down as a positive truth. A woman with fair opportunities and without a positive hump, may marry whom she likes.
Vanity Fair
William Makepeace
Thackeray
Vanity Fair
A Novel without a Hero
Volumes V & VI
 
William Makepeace Thackeray
 
 
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HARVARD CLASSICS SHELF OF FICTION, VOLUME V & VI
 
NEW YORK: P.F. COLLIER & SON, 1917
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2000
 
  1. How to Live Well on Nothing A-Year
  2. The Subject Continued
  3. A Family in a Very Small Way
  4. A Cynical Chapter
  5. In Which Becky Is Recognised by the Family
  6. In Which Becky Revisits the Halls of Her Ancestors
  7. Which Treats of the Osborne Family
  8. In Which the Reader Has to Double the Cape
  9. A Roundabout Chapter between London and Hampshire
  10. Between Hampshire and London
  11. Struggles and Trials
  12. Gaunt House
  13. In Which the Reader Is Introduced to the Very Best of Company
  14. In Which We Enjoy Three Courses and a Dessert
  15. Contains a Vulgar Incident
  16. In Which a Charade Is Acted Which May or May Not Puzzle the Reader
  17. In Which Lord Steyne Shows Himself in a Most Amiable Light
  18. A Rescue and a Catastrophe
  19. Sunday after the Battle
  20. In Which the Same Subject Is Pursued
  21. Georgy Is Made a Gentleman
  22. Eothen
  23. Our Friend the Major
  24. The Old Piano
  25. Returns to the Genteel World
  26. In Which Two Lights Are Put Out
  27. Am Rhein
  28. In Which We Meet an Old Acquaintance
  29. A Vagabond Chapter
  30. Full of Business and Pleasure
  31. Amantium Iræ
  32. Which Contains Births, Marriages, and Deaths



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