The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club - Study Guide Section III, ch. 11-14 Summary & Analysis

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Back at Manor Farm, Mr. Pickwick learns that Tupman is gone, leaving a suicide letter behind him. The Pickwickians leave Manor Farm in order to search for Tupman and find him in Cobham, eating a large meal. After the Pickwickians are reconciled, Mr. Pickwick reveals his plan to travel to Eatanswill in order to witness an election. Later, Mr. Pickwick finds a stone with a strange inscription and assumes it to be ancient. He also reads a manuscript given to him by the parson at Mr. Wardle's house, about a man who goes crazy after marrying a woman who is in love with someone else.

The Pickwickians return to London with the stone which Blotton translates as "Bill Stumps, his mark," earning his expulsion from the Pickwick Club. Mr. Pickwick returns to his apartment and tells his landlady, Mrs. Bardell, that...

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