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The Pickwick Papers

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The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club, better known as The Pickwick Papers, is the first novel by Charles Dickens. Written for publication as a serial, The Pickwick Papers consists of a sequence of loosely-related adventures. Its main literary value and appeal is formed by its numerous unforgettable heroes. Each personage in The Pickwick Papers (just as in many other Dickens' novels) is drawn comically, often with exaggerated features of character. (Wikipedia) (32 hr 0 min)


The Pickwickians


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The first Day's Journey, and the first Evening's Adventures; with their Consequ…


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A new Acquaintance--The Stroller's Tale--A disagreeable Interruption, and an un…


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A Field Day and Bivouac--More new Friends--An Invitation to the Country


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A short one--Showing, among other Matters, how Mr. Pickwick undertook to drive,…


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An Old-Fashioned Card-Party — The Clergyman’s Verses — The Story Of The Convict…


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How Mr. Winkle, instead of shooting at the Pigeon and killing the Crow, shot at…


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Strongly illustrative of the Position, that the Course of True Love is not a Ra…


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A Discovery and a Chase


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Clearing up all Doubts (if any existed) of the Disinterestedness of Mr. A. Jing…


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Involving another Journey, and an Antiquarian Discovery; Recording Mr. Pickwick…


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Descriptive of a very important Proceeding on the Part of Mr. Pickwick; no less…


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Some Account of Eatanswill; of the State of Parties therein; and of the Electio…


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Comprising a brief Description of the Company at the Peacock assembled; and a T…


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In which is given a faithful Portraiture of two distinguished Persons; and an a…


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Too full of Adventure to be briefly described


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Showing that an Attack of Rheumatism, in some Cases, acts as a Quickener to inv…


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Briefly illustrative of two Points; first, the Power of Hysterics, and, secondl…


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A pleasant Day with an unpleasant Termination


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Showing how Dodson and Fogg were Men of Business, and their Clerks Men of pleas…


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In which the old Man launches forth into his favourite Theme, and relates a Sto…


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Mr. Pickwick journeys to Ipswich and meets with a romantic Adventure with a mid…


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In which Mr. Samuel Weller begins to devote his Energies to the Return Match be…


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Wherein Mr. Peter Magnus grows jealous, and the middle-aged Lady apprehensive, …


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Showing, among a Variety of pleasant Matters, how majestic and impartial Mr. Nu…


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Which contains a brief Account of the Progress of the Action of Bardell against…


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Samuel Weller makes a Pilgrimage to Dorking, and beholds his Mother-in-law


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A good-humoured Christmas Chapter, containing an Account of a Wedding, and some…


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The Story of the Goblins who stole a Sexton


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How the Pickwickians made and cultivated the Acquaintance of a Couple of nice y…


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Which is all about the Law, and sundry Great Authorities learned therein


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Describes, far more fully than the Court Newsman ever did, a Bachelor's Party, …


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Mr. Weller the elder delivers some Critical Sentiments respecting Literary Comp…


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Is wholly devoted to a full and faithful Report of the memorable Trial of Barde…


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In which Mr. Pickwick thinks he had better go to Bath; and goes accordingly


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The chief Features of which will be found to be an authentic Version of the Leg…


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Honourably accounts for Mr. Weller's Absence, by describing a Soiree to which h…


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How Mr. Winkle, when he stepped out of the Frying-pan, walked gently and comfor…


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Mr. Samuel Weller, being intrusted with a Mission of Love, proceeds to execute …


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Introduces Mr. Pickwick to a new and not uninteresting Scene in the great Drama…


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What befell Mr. Pickwick when he got into the Fleet; what Prisoners he saw ther…


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Illustrative, like the preceding one, of the old Proverb, that Adversity brings…


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Showing how Mr. Samuel Weller got into Difficulties


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Treats of divers little Matters which occurred in the Fleet, and of Mr. Winkle'…


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Descriptive of an affecting Interview between Mr. Samuel Weller and a Family Pa…


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Records a touching Act of delicate Feeling not unmixed with Pleasantry, achieve…


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Is chiefly devoted to Matters of Business, and the temporal Advantage of Dodson…


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Relates how Mr. Pickwick, with the Assistance of Samuel Weller, essayed to soft…


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Containing the Story of the Bagman's Uncle


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How Mr. Pickwick sped upon his Mission, and how he was reinforced in the Outset…


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In which Mr. Pickwick encounters an old Acquaintance--To which fortunate Circum…


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Involving a serious Change in the Weller Family, and the untimely Downfall of M…


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Comprising the final Exit of Mr. Jingle and Job Trotter, with a great Morning o…


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Containing some Particulars relative to the Double Knock, and other Matters: am…


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Mr. Solomon Pell, assisted by a Select Committee of Coachmen, arranges the affa…


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An important Conference takes place between Mr. Pickwick and Samuel Weller, at …


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In which the Pickwick Club is finally dissolved, and everything concluded to th…


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(5 Sterne)

An interesting, leisurely journey. While most of it might be termed "verbal slapstick," there are serious moments, especially the commentary on Fleet Prison. Dickens also lets the modern reader understand that greedy, avaricious, and thoroughly despicable lawyers are not a new invention.

(4 Sterne)

Geat book well read. Exudes Dickens' famous wit and irony, eloquently poking fun at the ridiculous, and honoring the noble. Telling and retelling timeless truths. One can observe tid bits of his future works including A Christmas Carol and Little Dorrit.

Dickens at his finest

(5 Sterne)

This novel, or serial of short stories and anecdotes, is raucous and sensible fun. It is not a light investment of time, but it is well worth it for someone willing to make the endeavor.

my first dickens

(5 Sterne)

thoroughly enjoyable listen,my first dickens book but I now have the "bug" and will continue, my only negative is the amount of different narrators but all very good just the same the story sometimes seems a bit confusing but I think that made it the more interesting

Thank you!

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Thank you very much for posting this file.