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The pickwick papers, Charles Dickens
  • The pickwick papers, Charles Dickens

The pickwick papers, Charles Dickens

The Pickwickians meet to begin their first journey and get knocked about by an angry cabman, who thinks they are informers, while an angry crowd gathers. They are rescued by Alfred Jingle, who travels with them to Rochester. Jingle is an adventurer interested in wealthy women, and on this first trip he involves the innocent Winkle in a duel with Dr. Slammer, a hot-tempered army man.

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Titulli: The pickwick papers

Origjinali: The pickwick papers

Gjinia: Roman

Autori: Charles Dickens

Shtëpia botuese: Wordsworth Classics

Viti: 2000

Fq. 750

Pesha: 0.503 kg

ISBN: 978-1-85326-052-0

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