Vanity fair: a novel without a hero

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Dent, 1920 - 699 pages
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User Review  - Barbara_Pym - LibraryThing

"I've also read Vanity Fair, after hearing it as a serial on the wireless. That marvellous Waterloo chapter was especially appropriate this summer although I had nobody in France or at Dunkirk. But ... Read full review

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User Review  - ivanfranko - LibraryThing

Once I had printed out a list of characters and had it beside me, the reading was fine. There's no finer woman in this masterpiece than Mrs. Colonel O'Dowd, (nee Maloney of Ballymaloney) gallant, fearless wife and grande-dame of the -th Regiment. Read full review

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