The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club - Study Guide Section VI, ch. 22-25 Summary & Analysis

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On the way to Ipswich, Tony Weller tells Sam Weller about his wife's association with an evangelist, Reverend Stiggins. Mr. Pickwick meets Peter Magnus on the coach, and the pair start up a friendly conversation. Mr. Pickwick and Peter Magnus register at a large inn where Peter tells Mr. Pickwick that he intends to propose to a woman at the inn. That night, Mr. Pickwick accidentally enters the wrong room and undresses, scaring the middle-aged lady who inhabits the room. Mr. Pickwick quickly exits the room, and Sam Weller suspects him of seducing ladies when he finds Mr. Pickwick in the hallway in his nightgown. The next morning, Tony Weller tells his son that allowing Job Trotter to trick him in Bury St. Edmunds is a disgrace to the family. Later that day, Sam Weller encounters Job Trotter who is unsuccessful...

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