Fattening Up on Pickwick

Kincaid, James R.
March 1992
Novel: A Forum on Fiction;Spring92, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p235
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
Summarizes Charles Dickens' `The Pickwick Papers.' A note on procedures meant to clarify; Analysis of the book; Emphasis on the flesh; Kierkegaard and the flesh; More.


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