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Chapter IX. Meg Goes to Vanity Fair

By Dee Anne Anderson

Little Women is the book of my older childhood. Some people have Anne of Green Gables, the Nancy Drew series, or other books about intrepid and plucky young women. 480 more words

Vanity Fair: Thackeray’s classic novel may be too modern for audiences today

Olivia Cooke as Becky Sharpe in ITV’s Vanity Fair.
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Jonathan Potter, Coventry University

The latest TV adaptation of Thackeray’s 1848 novel Vanity Fair has polarised audiences expecting a traditional period drama. 977 more words


The Modern Becky Sharp: Why Do We Love to Hate a Social Climber?

Things have changed since William Thackeray published Vanity Fair in 1847-1848. We ride Ubers instead of horse-drawn carriages, wear jeans instead of breeches, and are (mostly) good friends with the French. 1,055 more words


Review: Vanity Fair by William Makepeace Thackeray

As soon as the weather gets colder I begin to crave everything that is comfy and cosy. Thick woolly jumpers, warm stodgy food, and of course, a truly cosy read. 1,456 more words


On 14th September 2018, Mr. Manafort Pled Guilty And Michael Cohen Was Working With FBI

It can be said that the 14th day of September 2018 was a bad day for the republican President Donald Trump who has been touting the claim for months, that the FBI’s Trump- Russia probe, led by the Special Counsel Robert Mueller III, has been nothing more than a “Witch Hunt.” 837 more words

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