Form as process in the 'Pickwick Papers': the structure of ethical discovery
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CitationTHARAUD, B. (2007). Form as process in the 'Pickwick Papers': the structure of ethical discovery. Dickens Quarterly, 24 (3), pp. 145-158.
Presents literary criticism which examines the reader's process of discovery during "The Pickwick Papers" by Charles Dickens. The novel, long and episodic, has been called formless by other critics but the author feels these very characteristics create an effective dynamic for analyzing moral behavior from many perspectives.