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Die Pickwickier. - Charles Dickens, Gustav Meyrink
Die Pickwickier.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9783257214055 (3257214057)
ASIN: 3257214057
Publisher: Diogenes Verlag
Pages no: 650
Edition language: Deutsch
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A Scottish-Canadian Blethering On About Books
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4.0 The Pickwick Papers (Dickens)
I remember an attempt at reading Pickwick very early on, possibly in my teens. It did not end well: I was not a sufficiently experienced reader to navigate either the playfulness of Dickens' language or the tone of gleeful grotesquerie masking a rather sentimental view of human nature. Let me qualif...
Reading Slothfully
Reading Slothfully rated it
3.0 The Pickwick Papers
Thank God this is over! I had previously read six books by Dickens and I loved them all. I even gave 5*s to one or two. This one, however, was a painful read. I think part of the problem might have been my own current personal issues. Rather a lot of heavy stuff has been going on recently and I have...
Bettie's Books
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3.0 The Pickwick Papers
bookshelves: winter20092010, victorian, published-1837, classic, britain-england, amusing, fraudio, play-dramatisation, satire Read in December, 2009 It's 1827 - Samuel Pickwick and his club members set off to travel across England.Stars Simon Cadell and Freddie Jones Broadcast on BBC Radio 7Thi...
FrkHyms rated it
It had some good parts and some great parts, but it was soooo looong!
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Dicken’s first novel was published in 19 serial installments from March, 1836 through October, 1837. It was wildly popular, and in many ways transformed serial publishing in England from a type of fiction in which the picture plates took priority, to fiction where the narrative gained precedence.The...
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