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    Charles Dickens Ï 3 read review Û eBook or Kindle ePUB Ï Charles Dickens (David Copperfield) PDF KINDLE ´ Charles Dickens 898 David Copperfield Charles Dickens David Copperfield is the eighth novel by Charles Dickens The novel's full title is The Personal History Adventures Experience and Observation of David Copperfield the Younger of Blunderstone Rookery Which He Never Meant to Publish on Any Account It was first published as a serial in 1849–50 and as a book in 1850 Many elements of the novel follow events in Dickens's own

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    review Û eBook or Kindle ePUB Ï Charles Dickens (David Copperfield) PDF KINDLE ´ Charles Dickens “This narrative is my written memory” declares David Copperfield in the last section of this elephantine novel a senten

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    (David Copperfield) PDF KINDLE ´ Charles Dickens read & download David Copperfield David Copperfield is a story about growing upIt is a story about understanding people; it is a story about understanding that our perceptions of people do not always match the reality of that person We can idealise them We can beli

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    (David Copperfield) PDF KINDLE ´ Charles Dickens “Whether I shall turn out to be the hero of my own life or whether that station will be held by anybody else these pages must show”Warning Following is somewhat of a “non review” I don’t have the stamina to write properly about this one at this time There are plenty of other splendid erudite assessments

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    review Û eBook or Kindle ePUB Ï Charles Dickens (David Copperfield) PDF KINDLE ´ Charles Dickens Charles Dickens Ï 3 read Status Report Chapters 1 8i had forgotten how much i love Dickens the man is a master at the immersive experience

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    (David Copperfield) PDF KINDLE ´ Charles Dickens David Copperfield is an early ueer novel by Charles Dickens It follows David Copperfield a gay man in early 19th century England as he tries to seduce and betroth another gay man James Steerforth Copperfield first sets his eyes on Ste

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    review Û eBook or Kindle ePUB Ï Charles Dickens (David Copperfield) PDF KINDLE ´ Charles Dickens Charles Dickens Ï 3 read I have in my heart of hearts a favourite child And his name is DAVID COPPERFIELDI have also a favorite author and his name is Charles Dickens This novel is poetry To truly appreciate the beauty of the English language one must read David Copperfield This book cannot be classified It is a love story a drama and

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review Û eBook or Kindle ePUB Ï Charles Dickens David Copperfield review ¿ 103 N enfant favori Et il s’appelle DAVID COPPERFIELD A partir de ans David Copperfield Vikidia l’encyclopdie des ans David Copperfield est un roman de Charles Dickens crit entre et David Copperfield ou L'Histoire les aventures et l'Exprience personnelles de David Copperfield le jeune est un roman ui contient un certain nombre d'lments autobiographiues S'il commence comme d'autres romans de l'crivain par une peinture assez noire de la situation des enfants de l'Angleterre David Copperfield biographie news photos et videos David Copperfield est n David Seth Kotkin le septembre Metuchen dans l’tat du New Jersey aux tats Unis Enfant timide David surmonte son inscurit grce la magie David Copperfield Evenefr David Copperfield Prestidigitateur amricain Dcouvrez la biographie de David Copperfield ainsi ue des anecdotes des citations de David Copperfield des livres des photos et vidos David Copperfield ue devient l'ex de Claudia Schiffer Compagnon de Claudia Schiffer ans ce aot dans les annes David Copperfield considr comme l'un des plus grands magiciens de l'histoire est encore loin de la retraite David Copperfield BnF Roman la premire personne publi en Domaines Littratures Autres formes du titre Personal history adventures experience and observations of David Copperfield the younger anglais The personal history of David Copperfield anglais Le neveu de ma tante histoire personnelle de David Copperfield franais Souvenirs de David Copperfield franais Les critiues d’Hugues Dayez avec David Copperfield une David Copperfield orphelin de pre voit son futur s’assombrir lorsue sa mre se remarie avec un homme dur et cruel ui l’envoie travailler en usine Mais sa dtermination s’en The Personal History of David Copperfield Directed by Armando Iannucci With Dev Patel Hugh Laurie Tilda Swinton Peter Capaldi A modern take on Charles Dickens's classic tale of a young orphan who is. Status Report Chapters 1 8i had forgotten how much i love Dickens the man is a master at the immersive experience it is really easy for me to get sucked into the world he is so carefully constructing to revel in all the extensive details the lavish description the almost overripe imagination at work his strength at creating a wide range of entirely lived in settings both brief snapshots of places in passing and crucial places like David s home and school is eualled by his even famous skill at sketching the characters often but not always caricatures that live and breathe in his world this is the kind of deep dish experience that i love to have when traveling on a plane or a bus or in some plaza a second world to live in while taking a break in exploring the immediate world around mei can t help but also remember how many people dislike Dickens i m remembering an ex who told me he was her least favorite author and how her resentment at being forced to read him in high school almost put her off reading for pleasure in general it is hard to reconcile such a strong distaste for Dickens with my own easy enjoyment of his novels my automatic reaction is that the reader who isn t enchanted by him either dislikes the style of writing or is simply the sort of idiot who should stick to reading facebook well i don t date idiots so i assume her reaction is based around the writing style maybe that is the basic rationale for most folks who don t care for himor maybe it is based on something else there is something that i ve found to be off putting about David Copperfield at least so far namely the incredibly passive and naive behavior of David himself and his mother of course it s than just my automatic distaste for reading about victims although that is certainly a part of it what it feels like at times is that Dickens is stacking the deck a bit making miserable situations even potentially miserable by having his protagonist and that wretched mother of course be almost developmentally disabled in his inability to understand even basic things about the world around him it sorta drives me up the wallwell that complaint aside this has still been an awesome time first and foremost even than the world building and juicy characters i love the dry and sardonic humor that is constantly working double time not only does it create some distance between reader and book in regards to the various horrors visited upon young David it is fookin hilariousfavorite parts so far that brilliant opening chapter I Am Born the Peggotty boat house and the warmth of that wonderful family i would like to live there Steerforth ugh what a charming monster the sadly minor note tragedy of Mr Mell Status Report Chapters 9 26i think i was expecting a bit evil from the Murdstones the way they treat David is certainly unkind verging on cruel but i suppose i thought it would be a lot brutal this is not a complaint if anything i appreciate that Dickens makes David s predicament a much realistic one the Murdstones are cold cold people and they certainly drive David s tedious mother to an early grave i shed no tears on that one but i was surprised that their primary action is to simply send David away to a boring job one that no child his age should have and here i am viewing the narrative through my 21st century lense a callous decision yet not a vicious one David is merely an irritation that they want to dispense with rather than harm interestingthat brief segment was certainly enlivened by the depiction of the marvelously goofy Mr Micawber Family and by a fascinating look into life in a debtor s prison i assume this is the classic Poor Housebut then good grief poor David Copperfield goes through hell to escape this life of tedium many emotions on my part all centered on the idea of such casual cruelty towards a runaway brought back some unsettling memories of my brief time as a homeless youth counselorand then at last some decency even better eccentric rather than mawkish decency Aunt Betsey Mr Dick are two wonderful Dickens creations especially that tough old broad Aunt Betsey each and every one of her appearances are a delight when David finally gets to the safety of his Aunt s house i felt a lot of tension drain out of me it is like his story is now truly about to begin now that the Gothic horrors slash neglected childhood bits are out of the way an introduction of the best character yet Uriah Heep this is the role that Crispin Glover was born to play what a wondrously creepy and perfectly realized little villain all that supplicating all that writhing brilliant stuff interesting David is rarely called by his actual name two nicknames are added to the list Trotwood and Daisy David is rather a tabula rasa of a character the relationship between Mr Wickfield and Agnes is not heartwarming it is downright creepyand now the tension is ratcheted up again but in a way that doesn t make me sorta suirm with discomfort tales of child neglect a good time for me three sets of increasingly dire circumstances 1 Lil Em ly and the despicable villain Steerforth2 Agnes and the despicable villain Uriah Heep3 Aunt Betsey and a mysterious blackmailing unknown despicable villainwill David be able to intercede in any of these troubling situations i am doubtful but also hopeful go David go Status Report Chapters 27 endexhilarating wonderful awesome etc etc all the good words i laughed a lot i cried just a little and in a manly sort of way i wouldn t change or subtract a single word perfect Final Reportokay this will be less of a Final Report and of a collection of final thoughts as i think back on the novel and consult with the various threads in Serials Serially the group that started me reading this novelfirst the division in the novel the first third or so all about young David and his fairly awful travails vivid and powerful the remainder of the novel all about David in his young adult years and following the growth of all those narrative seeds planted in that fertile first third an excess of details veering on repetitious and so that the book becomes less of a frightful gothic tale and of a slow burning assortment of mysteries and many many instances of pure comedy less vivid and perhaps less powerful looking back i have to say that i am in the minority and preferred the last two thirds not only was the tension of potential situations involving child abuse and neglect now gone a personal bugaboo of mine that will uickly render almost any literary or cinematic experience into something hugely uncomfortable and unappealing but it somehow all felt real to me the first third was visceral but almost cartoonish while the rest of the novel felt as if i was actually living in the novel such was the extent of the detail and the effect of following these characters as they move throughout many different situations and changes in their livescartoonish or better yet Dickensian what does that really mean a peculiarly stylized version of caricature i understand the rep that Dickens has with his characters they are stylized obviously but very few of them remained caricatures to me ultimately most ended up feeling very real and i was impressed at Dickens ability to provide multiple dimensions to his characters although he does it in a rather subtle way his heroes do not get strong criticism and his villains do not get endearing moments of humanity and yet it is there David Copperfield is kind and good but he is also a passive foolishly naive fellow whose kindness and naivete often does nothing but make situations worse especially in nearly every instance involving his relationship with Steerforth Agnes is also kind and good but her passivity makes her function as a sort of enabler to her father Steerforth is a callous and feckless villain but has moments of genuine warmth and kindness Rosa Dartle is a heartless shrew but look at that poor bitch s entire life with Steerforth mom i d become a heartless shrew in that situation as well Uriah Heep is an unctuous slimy kiss ass and back stabber but look where he comes from his context the kind of person his father was and the ideals he was raised up to worship and of course Micawber who would be pure pathos but whom Dickens treats with an extraordinary amount of affection Dickens is not necessarily an even handed author but he is one who is clearly aware of contextthere are some comments in this review s thread about women in Dickens comments that i initially agreed with but in retrospect i actually don t agree looking back on this novel the women are often just as full of life as the men perhaps folks are mainly thinking of the rather anemic Agnes but now when i think of dim Dora and vicious Rosa and ferocious Aunt Betsey and tragic Emily and loveable Peggotty and maudlin Mrs Gummidge and pathetic Martha and the eccentric two little birds Dora s aunts and pretentious Julia Miles and dignified under pressure Mrs Strong and hilariously faithful to a fault Mrs Micawber i think of characters who leap right off of the page and stay to live in my mind so no i am not critical of how women are portrayed in Dickensexcept maybe Dora she is surely one of the most bizarrely stupid characters ever created in classic literature when she first baby talks David s nickname Doady i practically wanted to barf she s so stupid that many times i found myself thinking She s Not Stupid She s Mentally Disabled good grief and so i felt bad about my contempt and i started having mixed feelings about David even being with her it seemed somehow wrong there is also something so sexless about her character it was impossible for me to imagine her capable of any sort of genuine intimacy but i have to give it to Dickens he doesn t present her as an ideal unlike David he satirizes her mercilessly in scene after scene and in the end invests both her marriage and her death with such genuine palpable emotion that i became genuinely palpably moved her marriage scene practically every paragraph beginning with Of was one of the most dreamily written passages i ve ever read and her death not explicitly described but paralleled with Jip s death wow amazing scenethe combined death scenes of brave Ham and horrible Steerforth was almost eually moving that last line describing Steerforth at his final rest superbokay i think i m spent this is one of those novels that i can probably talk on and on about so i should just make myself stop i ll close by saying that the novel is in a word brilliant i loved the language the humor the whimsy the drama the characters were wondrously alive the narrative both surprisingly subtle and excitingly larger than life so many scenes were indelible too many to recount David Copperfield is one of my favorite novels David Copperfield An Alternative Perspective

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Call it an act of heresy but I m abandoning this I ve got to page 600 which means I ve only another 150 pages to go but I ve completely lost interest The characters are too one dimensional and you can see the plot coming as if it s daubed in road marking paint I ve read all of Dickens novels except the early ones and mostly loved them except for Tale of two Cities and the reason I d never read this was I believed mistakenly it was another early one However it reads like an early one so I wasn t completely mistaken By which I mean it s lathered with sentimentality It was Dickens favourite of his novels which I find odd and doesn t say much for his critical faculties but explains to me why he never uite excised the sentimental strain in his writing he simply couldn t see it Because the sentimentality is like a sickly sweet smell on virtually every page of this novel Perhaps because of its autobiographical nature he enjoyed writing this a bit too much When an author gets carried away with the delights of his own story perhaps the inner editor goes into abeyance It doesn t begin well David as a character reminded me of the AI in Stephen Spielberg s film of the same name except unlike the AI his programming as irreproachable child never falters We re presented with a moral universe of absolutes There s no nuance Mr and Miss Murdstone are pantomime baddies as lacking in subtlety as their name suggests Peggoty his nurse is a paragon of virtue David as child isn t any kind of child I recognise He s never mischievous or unruly Cruelty has no meaningful effect on his character He s never capable of irrational response good people after all can still be highly irritating and bad people fascinating and especially authoritative But only good people have authority for David which basically means he will never develop much as a character which he doesn t David is a neutered foolproof moral touchstone The novel throughout has a pantomime binary moral system A character with one or two exceptions is either wholly good or wholly bad So the first 100 pages were a bit of a struggle for me I found Peggoty and the evil Murdstones tiresomely predictable It was therefore a massive relief when the morally ambiguous Steerforth arrives on the scene Finally we sense David might evolve from a potted plastic flower into one rooted in soil and subject to weather Finally we see his moral judgements are subject to error Finally we see the possibility of him being influenced by something other than unadulterated virtue Unfortunately though Dickens soon repeats the early template of moral absolutes with a new set of characters And Steerforth the only character capable of messing with David s programmed predictability vanishes from the novel There s no character development in this novel Even as an adult David still seems like a ten year old No surprise then that he falls in love with a female counterpart an adult ten year old female Before reading this I would have nominated Dorothea and Casaubon in Middlemarch if someone had asked me which couple in the history of literature I found it most difficult to imagine having sex together However David and Dora now get that award In fact sex like everything else that happens to him has no notable effect on his character The moral light in this novel is glaring it hurts the eyes No surprise then that the unpredictable dark charge of sex is hostile to its regulated lighting system and so ignored Of course it s not all bad The sentence writing is consistently brilliant And as ever Dickens creates his characters with the startled wide eyed wonder of a child always they have an almost hallucinated detailed vividness that larger than life uality a single oddball defining trait with which we tend to see grownups as children We magnify one detail which comes to represent the person in uestion It was probably his most inspired feature his ability to see the world through the eyes of a child but narrate his findings with the elouence of an adult Dickens has never been a great psychologist he doesn t have much to say about the inner life his terrain is generally surfaces The surface of this novel reminded me of a gaudy birthday card with embossed pink hearts and ribbons splashed all over it For me Dickens is the master purveyor of the novel as light entertainment But this was soap opera than novel

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