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    Father, uncle and grandfather take turns

    David Copperfield

    David Copperfield

    They were my only comfort; and I was as true to them as they

    ‘Don’t you know the Doctor better,’ said I, ‘than to suppose him

    whatever I had done, in which I had perversely wandered away


    contents: ‘it’s all over with poor Barkis, I am afraid I saw a little

    himself the monarch of the place, and he haughtily determined to

    knees, and doubled himself up with laughter With perfectly silent

    only take the reader into one confidence more Of all my books, I

    Mr Creakle giving it to Traddles, but the sound of the coachman

    excellent and generous aunt

    David Copperfield

    and then I saw it start forth like the old writing on the wall


    ‘I shall not give them any notice that we are here, you know,’

    would ring the bell for some sherry in which to drink to Brooks

    knew as well, when I saw my mother’s head lean down upon his

    The doctor sat smiling, no pulse, had been dead for good son brow startled Lianqu serious smile, sink a voice to say: this girl

    Mr Spenlow, who, I suppose, had been surprised to see us

    plain motive in all you do yourself You don’t suppose, I hope, that

    sir? The warning-bell will ring at nine; the family take breakfast at

    anything but burning red, when she answered that she had had it

    —‘And I hope I should have improved, being very anxious to

    window where some fowls and joints of meat were hanging up,

    losing a minute

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