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David Copperfield
Charles Dickens
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Dickens’ favorite and probably most autobiographical novel follows its eponymous narrator from his childhood with an abusive stepfather through his time at a boarding school and finally marriage and adulthood. A classic Bildungsroman, it features some of Dickens’ best- known characters, including the practical Agnes Wickfield and the swindling Uriah Heep.

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I guess I HAVE to give it a five &quot;star&quot; rating because Dickens is a VERY talented writer.<br/>A word of advice for any novice Dicken's reader would be this...skimming paragraphs or even sentences can leave you missing IMPORTANT scenes of interest. He IS too descriptive on matters that &quot;I&quot; didn't see the need for but when he described matters &quot;I&quot; enjoyed I savored every word. It took me a long time to finish reading this book because of the &quot;old&quot; language and his myriad of vocabulary words!!! This is only the second book I have read of his. My first was Hard Times....now THAT was a HARD read, but I still loved it!!!!
 
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Jan. 22, 2014
Just a superb story . It was so vivid I was in all the places he traveled and shared in all the sorrows and happiness.
 
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David Copperfield
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