David Copperfield - Chapter 33 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 33 Summary

David makes the legal rounds to execute Barkis' will and settle Peggotty's finances. In the course of those proceedings, they run into Mr. Murdstone, who is applying for a marriage license.

Later that day, David is invited to a birthday party for Dora. He goes through elaborate preparations for the event. The party is a picnic and there are few moments when David and Dora have a chance to be alone, or almost alone, together. They are generally accompanied by one of Dora's friends. This friend informs David that Dora is coming to visit her in London and that he would be welcome to visit them.

On his visit to the friend's house, he declares his love for Dora and is accepted by her. He buys her an engagement ring and they establish a secret courtship and hide it from her father.

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