The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club - Study Guide Section XI, ch. 42-45 Summary & Analysis

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The next morning, Sam Weller returns to Fleet prison with Mr. Pickwick's wardrobe and nearly fights Smangle when the prisoner tries to obtain some of the clothes. Mr. Pickwick decides to change rooms and goes to see Tom Roker who gives him a new room with three ruffians. Mr. Pickwick goes to see Tom Roker again when he learns that he can obtain a private room if he pays for it. He leases a room from a destitute Chancery prisoner. Mr. Pickwick goes to the poor prisoner's section to hire a man to run his errands, and he encounters Jingle and Job Trotter. Touched by their extreme poverty, he gives them money before returning to his room to find Sam Weller waiting for him. Mr. Pickwick believes that prison is no place for a young man and attempts to dismiss Sam...

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