David Copperfield by Charles Dickens

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After a difficult childhood under an abusive stepfather, he finds refuge with his eccentric aunt, gains an education, and becomes a successful writer, facing various challenges and encountering memorable characters along the way. The novel explores themes of resilience, love, and self-discovery in Dickens’s signature storytelling style.


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The novel begins with David’s early years, narrating his idyllic childhood with his mother Clara and their loyal servant, Peggotty. However, after the death of his mother, David is sent to live with his harsh and abusive stepfather, Mr. Murdstone, and his stern sister, Jane Murdstone.

David’s life takes a turn for the worse as he endures a difficult and grueling period working in a factory after escaping his oppressive home. Eventually, he decides to run away to his eccentric and kind-hearted aunt, Betsey Trotwood. Under her care, David’s life improves, and he gains an education, eventually becoming a successful writer.

Throughout the novel, David encounters various memorable characters, such as the ever-optimistic Mr. Micawber, the deceitful Uriah Heep, and the charming but reckless James Steerforth. He also experiences the joys and pains of love and friendship.

As David grows into adulthood, he faces numerous challenges and hardships, but he remains resilient and determined to create a better life for himself. The novel beautifully portrays the ups and downs of life, the complexities of human relationships, and the triumph of the human spirit.


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