David Copperfield - Study Guide Chapter 39 Summary & Analysis

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David's aunt, hoping to cheer him up, asks him to attend to some business for her in Dover. David agrees to go because he has little work to do at the Commons because of his boss's death. Business at the Commons is doing well under the new manager. The staff is reduced to trying to trick people into bringing their legal business to their office.

In Dover, having settled his aunt's business, David pays a visit to Canterbury to see the Micawbers and Agnes. The Micawbers are doing well but are already deep in debt to Uriah Heep. Agnes also seems well and gives David advice about the situation with Dora. David wants to talk to Agnes alone but Mrs. Heep seems to follow them around. Uriah Heep confesses that he asked his mother to keep an eye on David, thinking that David could be a possible...

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