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David Copperfield Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 28 Summary

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Chapter 28 Summary

The Micawbers and Traddles come to dinner. The party begins very badly, as the meal is not well cooked, but the group makes the best of it. They are having a very good time when they are interrupted by a surprise visit from Littimer, who is looking for Steerforth. David explains that he hasn't seen Steerforth in awhile, but Littimer insists on staying and serving everyone at the party, making everyone uncomfortable. After he leaves, the group relaxes and discusses the Micawber's financial circumstances. Mrs. Micawber suggests that her husband take out an advertisement expressing his skills and asking for employment. On the way out, David warns Traddles not to lend the Micawbers any money for their various schemes. He is too late, as Traddles has already signed some loans for Mr. Micawber. A letter from Mr. Micawber reveals that property of both his family and Traddles...

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