David Copperfield - Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 29 Summary

At Steerforth's house, Rosa Dartle is suspicious about Steerforth and attempts to get information from David, who has none to offer. During the visit, Steerforth seems to be seeking her friendship, but does not succeed. When David leaves the house he expresses the idea that he will never see Steerforth again.

Chapter 29 Analysis

This chapter provides more mystery about Steerforth's plans. David remains caught in Steerforth's power and admires him all the more. Something is developing but David does not see what it is. The anxiety that Rosa Dartle shows adds to the feeling of mystery and secretive nature in whatever Steerforth is planning to do.

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