David Copperfield - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 15 Summary

David settles in at Miss Betsey's and established a strong friendship with Mr. Dick. It is decided to send David to school in nearby Canterbury. After arriving in town, they go to the office of Miss Betsey's lawyer, Mr. Wickfield. Mr. Wickfield and Miss Betsy agree on a school for David and decide that David will live at Mr. Wickfield's house while he goes to school. Mr. Wickfield introduces them to his daughter, Agnes, who is the same age as David and takes care of the house for her father. David is quite pleased at the pleasant domestic atmosphere of the house but is disturbed by the presence of the clerk, Uriah Heep, who makes him feel uneasy.

Chapter 15 Analysis

This chapter introduces the Wickfields and their domestic ups and downs. The relationship between Mr. Wickfield and Uriah Heep will continue to develop throughout the novel as...

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