The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club Setting & Symbolism

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Pickwick Club

The Pickwick Club is a fraternity for scientific discovery founded by Mr. Pickwick. In the beginning of the novel, they develop a traveling society, and the club is dissolved at the end of the novel.

London

London is the home office of the Pickwick Club andwhere the Pickwickians live.

Rochester

Rochester is the Pickwickians' first stop where they first meet Jingle and where Winkle nearly duels with Dr. Slammer.

Dingley Dell

Dingley Dell is the name of the town where Mr. Wardle lives.

Manor Farm

Manor Farm is the name of Mr. Wardle's residence.

Chatham

The Pickwickians stop in Chatham to watch army maneuvers, and it is here that they first meet Mr. Wardle.

White Hart Inn

The White Hart Inn is where Jingle stops for directions when attempting to elope with Rachael, Mr. Wardle's sister. It is also where Mr. Pickwick first encounters Sam Weller...

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