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Critique of David Copperfield

Summary: Reviews and critiques Charles Dicken's novel, David Copperfield. Provides an introspective look at the novel as it relates to the 21st century.
Charles Dicken's David Copperfield is an introspective novel about the journey of David from boyhood to adulthood. David learns and grows as he meets different people and encounters a myriad of different experiences. He is an orphan before he is ten years old. Every different place David lives makes a distinct impression on his life and every adult he encounters in his childhood becomes like a surrogate parent. Although he has lived many different lifestyles, the intrinsic David never really changes. He is born, he grows up, and he experiences many different things. This makes him grow and learn, but his character doesn't change from "good" to "bad" or vice versa. The persona, the conscience, that is David never really changes.

David begins his journey though life without a father, and mother who is more like a doll than a parent. The person who really influences...

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