David Copperfield - Study Guide Chapter 43 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 43 Summary

Over time David has begun a literary career as a way to earn extra money. The money he earns from writing for magazines and newspapers allows him to buy a little cottage. He prepares to marry Dora. The entire group joins in on the preparations for the wedding and the newlywed home. The wedding is a blur of delightful memories for David, and the young couple leaves together for their honeymoon.

Chapter 43 Analysis

David's literary achievements are mentioned only in passing. The reader is to assume that the fictional character of David Copperfield is a well-known writer. David's wedding to Dora is blurred and unclear, much like their relationship. He comments on her beauty as well as her inability to get through the ceremony without Agnes' help. Similarly, in planning for their new life together, Dora is unable to assist in purchasing furniture or anything else, choosing...

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