The Pickwick Club Summary

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It was Dicken 's first novel, and it was published as a seriel.The Primary characters are Samuel Pickwick, the novel 's hero, an old man who created the pickwick club. Augustus Snodgrass who is a part of the club, he sees himself as a writer though he never published anything. Nathaniel Winkle, a companion of Mr. Pickwick and also in the Pickwick Club. He is weird man who fools himself into believing he is a sportsman, however he is definitely not.
Oliver Twist Oliver remains alone after running away from the orphanage, he runs into a boy named Jack Dawkins( a.k.a the artful dodger) who tells him that he can take him somewhere with food and shelter free of charge, and Oliver happliy agrees, and when they arrive Oliver meets Fagin and
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Nicholas has nothing, and no one to help him, and he is put in Dotheboys Hall, a school for stranded boys, where he and the rest of the boys are abused by the headmaster Sequeers.
The Old Curiosity Shop It tells the story of Nell Trent, a pretty young girl, who lives with her doting and old grandfather in his shop, but ater not being able to pay the shops debts to the cruel Danial Quilp, he takes the shop, and they are left with no home, to wander the streets of England.
Barnaby Rudge It 's a historical story, and it tells a story of ambiguity and felony that has been done in over a fourth of a century prior told with another story in Rudge 's time. It 's considered a dark romance and was compared with Walter Scott 's
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The plot develops in France and England, and the plot is full of twists and turns, including many interrelated characters on both sides of the English channel amid this time in history.
Our Mutual Friend It 's considered a good and appealing book because of the character of the schoolmaster Bradly Headstone who "is the first murderer in Dickens to exhibit any complexity of character."
The Mystery of Edwin Drood
It 's an unfinished novel and is cosidered a "psychologicl thriller", he continued to write a few chapters even on the day he died
*of all his works, I chose Great Expectations.
Great Expectations After a hard life, Pip 's great expectations begin when he meets Miss Havisham who gives him money to play with her adopted daughter Estelle who is mean to Pip, but despite that he falls in love with her. He later is given a large some of money by someone who wants to remain anonymous, and with that money he wants to become a member of the high society, and considered a gentleman so he can marry Estelle. After he learns that his fortune came from the theif he once fed, he is shocked to say the least. The novel is about love and
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