David Copperfield - Stories to Remember S. (Paperback)
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David Copperfield - Stories to Remember S. (Paperback)

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Paperback 132 Pages / Published: 01/01/1965
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Considered to be the most autobiographical of all Dickens's novels Cast out by his cruel stepfather to the brutal boarding school Salem House, young David Copperfield quickly learns that he must fight for a better life. After discovering his mother has died while he has been away, David is left all alone in the world and is sent to work in his stepfather's factory. He decides his only option is to run away, so he escapes London and finds his way to Dover. Once there he hopes to be taken in by his only known relative, his eccentric Aunt Betsy Trotwood--but will he ever be able to find the love and security he needs?

Publisher: Macmillan Education
ISBN: 9780333097618
Number of pages: 132
Weight: 132 g
Dimensions: 183 x 121 x 9 mm

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“Nice and D.C. does it”

To call 'David Copperfield' Dickens' most balanced novel, or the one most perfectly representative of his genius, is not to imply blandness, unless, that is, you are one of those people who finds... More

Paperback edition
7th March 2011
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“Detailed but worth reading”

David Copperfield describes in detail all events of his life, lets us suffer and enjoy daily situations. We learn about a world that doesn’t exist anymore.

I had high expectations when I started reading Charles... More

Paperback edition
13th July 2012
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“My 'umble Opinion”

Dickens' most personal novel was also his favourite and many people would agree it is the best. The first third of the book is faultless - No one writes about childhood half so well as Dickens and here he is at... More

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14th January 2010
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