The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club Topics for Discussion

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Compare and contrast Winkle and Bob Sawyer as suitors for Arabella Allen.

Give an example of how servants' behavior seems to mimic the masters' behavior.

What is Dickens saying about love and romance throughout this novel?

Why does Mr. Pickwick choose to go to prison rather than pay his fines?

What makes it ironic that Mr. Pickwick is charged with breaking his promise?

Compare and contrast Mr. Pickwick with Jingle.

Describe Mr. Pickwick's growth as a character throughout this novel.

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