David Copperfield - Chapter 37 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 37 Summary

David, Miss Betsey, and Mr. Dick go to live in a cottage together. Dora is visiting her friend in London and David goes to see her to tell her how his circumstances have changed. Dora is distraught and begs David never to mention poverty or hard work to her again. When he asks her about practical matters like budgeting and cooking, she faints. Slowly her friend reassures her. David realizes that she will not be able to help in any way and that she will not be able to accept any changes to her lifestyle. David leaves her with new declarations of love and is determined to work even harder to make sure that he can provide her with the life she requires.

Chapter 37 Analysis

Dora's reaction to David's difficulties shows her own weak and spoiled character. She puts concern for the welfare of her dog ahead...

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