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" Papers, that they are a mere series of adventures, in which the scenes are ever changing, and the characters come and go like the men and women we encounter in the real world, he can only content himself with the reflection, that they claim to be nothing... "
The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club - Page xli
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The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club, Volume 1

Charles Dickens, Hablot Knight Browne, Robert William Buss - England - 1837 - 609 pages
...machinery of the club, which was suggested as that best adapted to his purpose : but, finding thai it tended rather to his embarrassment than otherwise,...life, and with its saddest and most severe affliction. been executed by the artist from the author's mere verbal description of what he intended to write....
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The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club

Charles Dickens - 1873 - 332 pages
...should form one tolerably harmonious whole, each leading to the other by a gentle and not unnal ural progress of adventure. It is obvious that in a work...life, and with its saddest and most severe affliction. The almost unexampled kindness and favour with which these papers have been received by the public,...
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The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club, Volume 1

Charles Dickens - England - 1838
...of the greatest novelists in the English language. The following pages have been written from tune to time, almost as the periodical occasion arose....connected in the author's mind at once with the happiest oeriod of his life, and with its saddest and most severe affliction. The almost unexampled kindness...
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The Novels and Tales of Charles Dickens, (Boz.).

Charles Dickens - 1849
...— or it appeared so to the author — that every number should be complete, to a certain extent, in itself, and yet that the whole twenty numbers,...life, and with its saddest and most severe affliction. The almost unexampled kindness and favour with which these papers have been received by the public...
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The posthumous papers of the Pickwick club. The old curiosity shop and other ...

Charles Dickens - 1851
...— or it appeared so to the author — that every number should be complete, to a certain extent, in itself, and yet that the whole twenty numbers,...life, and with its saddest and most severe affliction. The almost unexampled kindness and favour with which these papers have been received by the public...
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The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club

Charles Dickens - 1854 - 362 pages
...necessary—or it appeared so to the author— that every number should be complete, to a certain extent, in itself, and yet that the whole twenty numbers,...life, and with its saddest and most severe affliction. The almost unexampled kindness and favour with which these papers have been received by the public...
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The life and writings of Charles Dickens ...

R. A. Hammond - Literary Criticism - 1871 - 426 pages
...of the Pickwick Papers then publishing, and occasioned the following remark in the preface : — " The following pages have .been written from time to...and with its saddest and most severe affliction." The youngest sister, Georgina, was devotedly attached to him, and acted during the latter part of his...
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The History of Pickwick: An Account of Its Characters, Localities, Allusions ...

Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald - 1891 - 375 pages
...language. " The following pages have been written from time to time, almost as the periodical occasions arose. Having been written for the most part in the...manuscript and its appearance in print, that the greater portions of the illustrations have been executed by the artist from the author's mere verbal description...
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The History of Pickwick: An Account of Its Characters, Localities, Allusions ...

Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald - 1891 - 375 pages
...occasions arose. Having been written for the most part in the society of a very dear young friend who is 9 now no more, they are connected in the author's mind...with its saddest and most severe affliction. " It ia due to the gentleman whose designs accompany the letter-press, to state that the interval has been...
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Stories of authors' loves

Clara Elizabeth Laughlin - Authors - 1902
...her and mourned her passionately. The original preface to Pickwick Papers contained this paragraph : mind at once with the happiest period of his life, and with its saddest and most severe affliction. ' ' " Waking or sleeping," he wrote to Mrs. Hogarth a few months after Mary's death, " I have never...
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