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The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section IV, ch. 15-17 Summary

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Section IV, ch. 15-17 Summary

Mrs. Leo Hunter invites the Pickwickians to a costume breakfast. Tupman makes Mr. Pickwick angry with his plan to dress as a bandit, but the Pickwickians are reconciled and attend the breakfast. Many poseurs are at the party, including Jingle who attends as "Mr. Fitz-Marshall." Mr. Pickwick pursues Jingle to Bury St. Edmunds, intending to expose him. Mr. Pickwick and Sam Weller lodge at the Angel Inn, and the next morning, Sam meets Job Trotter, Jingle's servant, who reveals Jingle's plan to elope with a rich girl from the local boarding school. Job Trotter reveals a plot to save the girl to Mr. Pickwick. In accordance with Job's plot, Mr. Pickwick waits in the garden at the boarding school in order to confront Jingle, but a storm rages and Mr. Pickwick enters the school to escape it. The girls lock the...

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