J. de Gigord, 1947 - 876 pages
The classic saga of an orphaned boy making his way from the sweatshops of 19th-century London to finding family, love, and the good life by giving kindness and consideration to the people he meets along the way.
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A Memorable ClassicUser Review - Vince - Borders
'David Copperfield' is a classic coming-of-age novel, written in the setting of 19th century England. It is no exaggeration to hear this masterpiece acclaimed as Dickens’ finest piece of work. The ... Read full review
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This is a very long but enjoyable read, with all the colorful characters, predictable plot twists, and extreme Victorian sentimentality I've come to expect from Dickens. Enjoyed for what it is, an ... Read full review