Editor of the Eatanswill Independent, enemy to Mr. Pott. "A shortish gentleman, with very stiff black hair, cut in the porcupine or blacking-brush style, and standing stiff and straight all over his head; his aspect was pompous and...
Pickwick Papers, The
A series of adventures of Mr. Samuel Pickwick and three friends, who travel around the environs of London
A roaring city clerk, friend of Mr. Thomas Potter. "There was a spice of romance in Mr. Smithers' disposition, a ray of poetry, a gleam of misery; a sort of consciousness of he didn't exactly know what, coming across him he didn't precisely...
Making a Night of It
A series of papers of a humorous character dealing with life and scenes, chiefly in London, at the time of publication and the earlier part of the nineteenth century
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