The Pickwick Papers: (annotated) (Paperback)

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In Charles Dickens’  first (and, I find, most endearing) book, we follow
the  ludicrous Mr. Pickwick and friends as they ramble  about England
to “observe things” for the club that they are a part of.  Along the way
they meet up  with the quintessential Dickensian array of insane
characters. The format of  having them wandering about without a clear
purpose besides observation really gives Dickens the chance to stretch
his legs comedically. hilarious, even for Dicken, though it is equally
wise. I would not recommend it on that basis alone. It contains some of
his best social commentary, a thing which he became well known for,
mocking a decadent aristocratic class that is just a blown up version of
those we see today.

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— ben


The Pickwick Papers details the adventures of the Pickwick club, named after president for life Samuel Pickwick. They travel throughout England, and the country and its people are portrayed in a nostalgic, and humourous way.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781092337199
ISBN-10: 1092337199
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: April 2019
Pages: 694
Language: English