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The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section VII, ch. 26-30 Summary

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Section VII, ch. 26-30 Summary

Mr. Pickwick moves out of Mrs. Bardell's house and into a hotel. Sam Weller goes to Mrs. Bardell's house to pay the rent and give one month's notice. He tell Mr. Pickwick that Mrs. Bardell intends to take him to court and she has a good chance of winning the suit. Mr. Pickwick plans the Christmas visit to Dingley Dell for Isabella Wardle's wedding. Sam Weller take two days leave in order to visit his father. At his father's house, he finds his stepmother, Susan Weller, sitting with Reverend Stiggins who obviously takes advantage of the Wellers' hospitality. Tony arrives, and he and Sam discuss Reverend Stiggins' hypocrisy. Sam advises his father to get rid of Stiggins, but Tony states that it is one of the burdens of marriage.

The Pickwickians take a coach to Muggleton where they are met by...

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