What are Christian and Faithful willing to buy at Vanity Fair? What does this suggest about their values?

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Christian and Faithful entered Vanity Fair and were immediately recognized as outsiders by their speech, dress, and behavior. They were offered many valuable goods that were on display at the Fair, but Christian and Faithful refused to even look at...

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