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by Charles Dickens

Dickens' humorous novel, originally published serially, which contains the letters and manuscripts of the Pickwick Club's activities.

Characters: Samuel Pickwick, Mrs. Bardell, Serjeant Buzfuz, Alfred Jingle
Keywords: caricatures

Critical sites about The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club

"As Sam Weller Said, When Finding Himself on the Stage": Wellerisms in Dramatizations of Charles Dickens' Pickwick Papers
http://www.deproverbio.com/DPjournal/DP,3,1,97/DICKENS.html
Author: George B. Bryan AND Wolfgang Mieder
From:DE PROVERBIO: An Electronic Journal of International Proverb Studies 3 (1), 1997
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Charles Dickens's Pickwick Papers -- Gender Matters
http://www.victorianweb.org/authors/dickens/pickwick/genderov.html
This site from Victorian web contains a number of well-written undergraduate student essays under the direction of Professor George Landow.
Contains: Content Analysis
From:Victorian Web
Keywords:
 
Charles Dickens's Pickwick Papers -- Literary Relations: Sources, Analogues, Influences
http://www.victorianweb.org/authors/dickens/pickwick/litrel.html
This site from Victorian web contains a number of well-written undergraduate student essays under the direction of Professor George Landow.
Contains: Historical Context
From:Victorian Web
Keywords: Elizabeth Gaskell, Charlotte Bronte, Thomas Carlye, Alfred Lord Tennyson, Anne Radcliffe
 
Charles Dickens's Pickwick Papers -- Narration
http://www.victorianweb.org/authors/dickens/pickwick/structure.html
This site from Victorian web contains a number of well-written undergraduate student essays under the direction of Professor George Landow.
Contains: Content Analysis
From:Victorian Web
Keywords:
 
Charles Dickens's Pickwick Papers -- Religious Themes, Subjects, and Contexts
http://www.victorianweb.org/authors/dickens/pickwick/religionov.html
This site from Victorian web contains a number of well-written undergraduate student essays under the direction of Professor George Landow.
Contains: Content Analysis
From:Victorian Web
Keywords:
 
Charles Dickens's Pickwick Papers -- Science and Technology
http://www.victorianweb.org/authors/dickens/pickwick/scienceov.html
This site from Victorian web contains a number of well-written undergraduate student essays under the direction of Professor George Landow.
Contains: Historical Context, Content Analysis
From:Victorian Web
Keywords:
 
Charles Dickens's Pickwick Papers -- Social and Political Contexts
http://www.victorianweb.org/authors/dickens/pickwick/societyov.html
This site from Victorian web contains a number of well-written undergraduate student essays under the direction of Professor George Landow.
Contains: Historical Context, Content Analysis
From:Victorian Web
Keywords:
 
Charles Dickens's Pickwick Papers -- Theme and Subject
http://www.victorianweb.org/authors/dickens/pickwick/themeov.html
This site from Victorian web contains a number of well-written undergraduate student essays under the direction of Professor George Landow.
Contains: Content Analysis
From:Victorian Web
Keywords:
 
Charles Dickens's Pickwick Papers --Symbolism, Imagery, Motif
http://www.victorianweb.org/authors/dickens/pickwick/imageov.html
This site from Victorian web contains a number of well-written undergraduate student essays under the direction of Professor George Landow.
Contains: This site from Victorian web contains a number of well-written undergraduate student essays under the direction of Professor George Landow., Content Analysis
From:Victorian Web
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Other (non-critical) sites about The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club

Pickwick Papers: Selected Criticism
http://www.victorianweb.org/authors/dickens/pickwick/bibl.html
This site contains a bibliography of criticism on Charles Dickens' Pickwick Papers.
Contains: Bibliography
Author: Hillary Trivett
From:Victorian Web
Author: Hillary Trivett
From:Victorian Web
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Last Updated Mar 25, 2014

Drinking

Drinking is a major recurring theme throughout the novel. It is often used as a means of reconciliation. It is especially commonly used to restore peace after a dispute between a group of men. When Dr. Slammer angers Mr. Pickwick in Rochester, Mr. Pickwick is soothed by the consumption of alcohol. After their coach trouble on the way to Manor Farm, the Pickwickians are provided with brandy which restores their spirits. When the All-Muggleton team beats the Dingley Dell team at cricket, both teams drink together and become friendly. The Pickwickians search for Tupman after he leaves a suicide note over Rachael's elopement with Jingle; when they find him, they drink and are reconciled. Sam Weller offers to buy Job Trotter a drink in Fleet Prison as a means of reconciliation. Ben Allen and Bob Sawyer are angry about Arabella's elopement with Winkle until liquor subdues their anger...

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