Pickwick Notes

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Title: Notes of Mr. Pickwick

Author: Charles Dickens

Translator: Armanush Babakhannians

Publisher: Ekbatan

Subject: English stories

Age category: Adult

Number of pages: 192

Language: Farsi

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“Pickwick Notes” was a huge success at the end of 19 months of public release, due to Dickens’ ability to use his eyes and ears. The book begins with a heroic gesture and a ridiculous imitation of a scientific lecture and parliamentary debate that includes the first chapter.

Introduction to Pickwick Books
Charles Dickens began writing the novel “Peak Weekend Notes” in 1836 when he was only 24 years old. In this novel, Dickens’s innate descriptive power is intertwined with his satirical skills.

“Courier Notes” is clearly a non-serious novel, says David Ellis, a professor of English at the University of Kent in Canterbury. However, in its tone there is a youthful passion and a kind of happy carefree without which life seems infinitely monotonous; A tone that Dickens will never experience again in the natural course of life, because man only turns 24 once.

The present book is the first volume of the 57-chapter long novel The Pickwick Notes, the first work of fiction by the famous English author Charles Dickens. Dickens wrote this work in 1836 at the age of 24. This long story, which introduces us to pure English humor, was a great success among its audience nineteen months after its publication.

Mr. Samuel Pikovik owns the Pikovik Club. The club that is the most important location of the novel, in which many characters of the book meet and create adventures.

Pikovik notes were initially printed as footnotes, so the structured structure does not have the usual novel, instead it is full of sub-narratives, each of which can be the main subject on its own.
Narratives that are connected by the rosary thread of Mr. Samuel Pickwick and his club. There are many characters in this novel and they are introduced at the beginning of the book, each of them has a melancholy in his head and creates complex and continuous relationships to open a new world before our eyes.
The structure of Picovik’s novel allowed Dickens to write down freely what he saw, heard, and believed about the world around him, and still, as always, give a clear and comprehensive picture of Victorian society in England and its capital. The difference is that London’s Pikovik novel is much more vivid and lively, because Dickens’s genius in this work is combined with a sarcastic approach in order to place his unusual and sometimes strange characters in the text of the novel and make it completely tangible for the reader. This is a non-serious novel written in the passionate tone of the heat of a 24-year-old; A novel in which a kind of happy carefree is felt.

About Charles Dickens
Charles Dickens was born on February 7, 1812, in Portsmouth, England. He was the second of eight children in the family. His mother’s name was Elizabeth Dickens and his father’s name was John Dickens. The early years of Charles’s life were storytelling.

Charles Dickens considered himself a small, under-cared for boy, spending most of his time outside the home. Charles reads the novels “Tobias Smollet” and “Henry Fielding” insatiably and with special interest. Charles Dickens’s family was somewhat wealthy, and he attended William Giles Private School for a time. But this period of prosperity came to an abrupt end, as his father spent a great deal of money on recreation and social welfare, and was eventually imprisoned in the Marshalls Debtors’ Prison in London for debt.

Charles Dickens at the age of 12 thought he was old enough. So he started working in a boat factory. He worked ten hours a day, and with the six shillings he received a week, he had to pay the rent and help his family, who were in Marshall Prison with his father.
After a while, the family’s financial situation improved due to the money he inherited from his father’s family. However, Charles Dickens’s mother, because of her debt to the factory, did not stop her from working in that environment, and of course, Dickens never forgave his mother, Charles’s annoyance and resentment of the situation in which he lived, is the main theme of his works. Formed. In this regard, Charles Dickens wrote in his novel “David Copperfield”, which clearly describes the author’s life:

“For me, there was no advice, encouragement, consolation, help or support from anyone, so I hoped to go to heaven sooner.”
In May 1827, Charles Dickens began working as a legal clerk in the Ellis and Blackmore administration. Ever since he was a final year student, he has had the talent to become a lawyer, a profession he later hated in many of his works. At the age of 17, he worked as a shorthand in court.

In 1830, Charles Dickens met his first love, Maria Bidenell, who played the role of Dora in David Copperfield. Eventually, their love affair was met with dissatisfaction by Dora’s family. Charles became a journalist in 1834. He reported on parliamentary debates and traveled to all parts of the country to cover election campaigns.
Charles Dickens lived briefly outside England (1844 in Italy and 1846 in Sweden) and later wrote the novels “David Copperfield” (1849-50), “The Abandoned House” (1852-53). ) “The Trouble” (1854), “Little Dorothy” (1857), “The Legend of Two Cities” (1859) and “The Great Expectation” (1861) continued. He was also the publisher, editor and co-author of Ravageh (1850-59) and All Year (1858-70).
Charles Dickens died of a heart attack on June 9, 1870.

Summary of the book
His Excellency Samuel Peekwick, the founder and permanent chairman of the Peak and One Club, arranged for him and three other members of the club to travel outside London to expand their research on bizarre life phenomena, and to report on their findings. کردن.

This is their first trip to Rochester. Mr. Tracy Topman, Mr. Natalie, and Mr. Augustus Esodgrass travel with Mr. Pickwick in a carriage to Rochester. In the middle of the road, they are caught by a group of bandits, but they are saved thanks to a stranger who has a poor society but a very noble nature.
The stranger who introduces himself as Alfred Jingle also apparently intends to go to Rochester. They arrive in Rochester in the same carriage, and upon arrival, it is revealed that Mr. Jingle is not the one who introduced himself and creates events that change the lives of the four researchers.

Sentences from the text of Pickwick Books
1. The ward, as its name implies, was the place where the poorest and most miserable class of debtors were imprisoned. Prisoners who entered the ward did not pay rent or housing. They were allowed to consume the small amount of food that was sometimes given to them through the personal will of the benefactor. Not a week goes by that some of them do not die of starvation and lifelessness of their loved ones. Mr. Pickwick, you think about these things when you go up the narrow stairs. These thoughts had so overwhelmed and excited him that he rushed into the room shown to him, regardless of his location or motive.
To expand his research into the strange phenomena of life, Samuel Peekwick, the founder and permanent chairman of the Peak and One Club, arranged for him and three other members of the club to travel outside London and report on their findings. کردن.

This is their first trip to Rochester. Mr. Tracy Topman, Mr. Natalie, and Mr. Augustus Esodgrass travel with Mr. Pickwick in a carriage to Rochester. In the middle of the road, they are caught by a group of bandits, but they are saved thanks to a stranger who has a poor society but a very noble nature.
The stranger who introduces himself as Alfred Jingle also apparently intends to go to Rochester. They arrive in Rochester in the same carriage, and upon arrival, it is revealed that Mr. Jingle is not the one who introduced himself and creates events that change the lives of the four researchers.

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