Everything you need to understand or teach The Pickwick Papers by Charles Dickens.
The Pickwick Club by Charles Dickens is the story of a fraternity of men who begin a traveling society in order to advance their scientific knowledge. Throughout the novel, the founder of the club, Mr. Pickwick, loses his innocence and begins to attain knowledge of the evils of the world. The Pickwick Club displays the many interactions and complications that occur between men and men and between men and women.
The Pickwick Club votes to begin a traveling club in order to extend their knowledge. On their way to Rochester, they are joined by an arrogant young man who borrows Winkle's coat for the ball. When the stranger seduces the widow that Dr. Slammer is courting, a duel nearly ensures between Dr. Slammer and Winkle. Next, the Pickwickians go to Chatham to see the army and meet Mr. Wardle who invites them to join his family picnic. Snodgrass...
The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club Lesson Plans contain 130 pages of teaching material, including: