The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club - Study Guide Section XV, ch. 55-57 Summary & Analysis

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When Tony Weller finds his wife's Will, Sam Weller informs him that it must be probated before they receive their inheritance. Tony and Sam go to see Solomon Pell, and the legalities take a week. After the Will is passed through probate, Solomon Pell takes them to a broker, Wilkins Flasher, Esquire, to invest Sam Weller's two hundred pounds. Solomon Pell takes a large fee, leaving Tony with a little over eleven hundred pounds. Tony decides to give the money to Mr. Pickwick but is speechless when he visits Mr. Pickwick. He manages to mutter his intentions and tries to escape, but Sam Weller restrains his father from leaving. Mr. Pickwick is reluctant to accept the money but agrees to use it to set Sam up in business and enable him to marry Mary. Sam Weller refuses to leave Mr. Pickwick's...

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