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David Copperfield
Charles Dickens
David Copperfield
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David Copperfield in 1,000 words:
David Copperfield was born half-orphan - six months after the death of his father. It so happened that when he came into the world attended his father's aunt, Miss Betsey Trotwood - her marriage was so unsuccessful that it became a man-hater, she returned to her maiden name, and settled in the wilderness. Before marrying her nephew she loved him, but come to terms with his choices and come to meet his wife only six months after his death. Miss Betsy expressed her desire to become the godmother of the newborn girl (she wanted to definitely born a girl) and asked to call her Betsey Trotwood Copperfield, and bent on "how to raise her," guarding against all possible errors. But when he heard that the boy was born, she was so disappointed that, without saying goodbye, left the house of his nephew ever. As a child, David, caring and loving mother and nurse Peggotty. But his mother married a second time. At the time of David's honeymoon with the nanny sent to Yarmouth to visit Peggotty's brother. Since he first appears in the hospitable house-barge, and acquainted with its inhabitants: Mr. Peggotty, his nephew Ham, his niece, Em'ly (David as a child falls in love with her) and his partner's widow Mrs. Gummidge. Back home, David finds a "new daddy" - Mr. Mardstona and completely changed her mother: now she is afraid to pet him, and all obey her husband. When they have settled and the sister of Mr. Mardstona, the boy's life becomes completely unbearable. Mardstony very proud
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