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Reviews by K.Sundaram

The Pickwick Papers

by Charles Dickens

I first read book about 65 years ago and must have read it again and again at least half a dozsn times over the years. For me the 4 members of the Pickwick club, Sam and Tony Weller, , Alfred Jingle, the Potts, Hunters Wardle are not fictitious characters but living persons in constant communion with me and giving me joy in life.

Reviewed on 2009.10.24

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