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David Copperfield
Rs.  299.00  224.00 Out of stock
Chales Dickens
Penguin English Library
1008
English
9780141199160
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In David Copperfield, David recounts his life. It is an engaging tale of his difficult and sad childhood and his adult life as a successful novelist and a family man. David, a fatherless boy, has a fairly happy childhood with his mother and their servant Peggotty. David's life changes drastically when Mr. Murdstone, his step-father and his sister Miss. Murdstone, enter his life. The cruel Mr. Murdstone makes David’s life intolerable. Copperfield is soon sent to a miserable school where he befriends James Steerforth and Tommy Traddles. Unfortunately for David, his mother passes away and he is left in the cruel hands of his step-father, who makes David work in his wine-bottling business. The book chronicles David's struggles as a working child, and how he deals with poverty and other dangers. He runs away and travels many miles to find his eccentric aunt Betsey Trotwood. The latter part of the novel focuses on his adolescent life and his journey to adulthood. How far is this novel a damning indictment on the evils of unbridled industrialism? What causes David to like the people who take advantage of him? Can the female characters like Emily and Agnes be considered Victorian? Written in first person narrative, the book unravels many such uncomfortable truths of his life. The novel follows the transgression of the main character from an innocent child to a disfranchised man broken by the brutal indifference of the world. The novel is a faithful portrayal of his innocent childhood, desirous adolescence, and an unpredictable adulthood. A truly timeless classic, David Copperfield by Dickens was originally written in 19 instalments. It was first published as a novel in 1850. It was originally titled The Personal History, Adventures, and Experience and Observation of David Copperfield the Younger of Blunderstone Rookery. The novel has remained popular for many years for its commentary on the social and economic conditions of Victorian England and its value system. The book has been adapted into numerous TV, film, and theatrical adaptations. The 1935 version by George Cukor and the 1999 version by Simon Curtis have been immensely popular.
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Karnataka, India
1/17/2015 3:02:06 PM
Good Book
I enjoyed it.The book chronicles David's struggles as a working child, and how he deals with poverty and other dangers.that was heart touching.
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Karnataka, India
1/17/2015 3:06:43 PM
wonderful
very entertaining story The novel is a faithful portrayal of his innocent childhood, desirous adolescence, and an unpredictable adulthood.
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