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The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section V, ch. 18-21 Summary

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Section V, ch. 18-21 Summary

Winkle leaves the Potts' house after a poem appears in the opposition paper accusing Winkle of romancing Mrs. Pott. Tupman, Snodgrass and Winkle join Mr. Pickwick in Bury St. Edmunds. Mr. Wardle invites the Pickwickians to attend Mr. Trundle's marriage to Isabella Wardle during Christmas. Mr. Pickwick lectures Winkle and Tupman about guests causing romantic turmoil when he learns about the accusations against Winkle. Mr. Pickwick receives a letter from Mrs. Bardell informing him of her intent to sue him for breach of promise. He decides to seek legal assistance. The Pickwickians go hunting with Wardle and Trundle. Mr. Pickwick reproves Winkle and Tupman for inexperience with guns. Tupman gains a reputation as a marksman when he accidentally shoots a partridge. The party stops to eat lunch, and Mr. Pickwick, after drinking too much, falls asleep. The others decide to continue...

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