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The personal history, adventures, experience, & observation of David Copperfield, the Younger, of Blunderstone Rookery : (which he never meant to be published on any account)

Author: Charles Dickens; Hablot Knight Browne
Publisher: Cheltenham, U.K. : Durrant Editions, 2003. 1849.
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Dickens; Hablot Knight Browne
ISBN: 1904775004 9781904775003
OCLC Number: 1013215461
Notes: Title from cover.
Facsim. Originally published: London : Bradbury & Evans, 1849-1850.
Description: 20 no. in 19. : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: No. 1. (p. [1]-32) : ch. 1. I am born ; ch. 2. I observe ; ch. 3. I have a change --
no. 2. (p. 33-64) : ch. 4. I fall into disgrace ; ch. 5. I am sent away from home ; ch. 6. I enlarge my circle of acquaintance --
no. 3. (p. 65-96) : ch. 7. My "First half" at Salem House ; ch. 8. My holidays, especially one happy afternoon ; ch. 9. I have a memorable birthday --
no. 4. (p. 97-128) : ch. 10. I become neglected, and am provided for ; ch. 8. I begin life on my own account, and don't like it ; ch. 12. Liking life on my own account no better, I form a great resolution --
vo. 5. ch. 13. The sequel of my resolution ; ch. 14. My aunt makes up her mind about me ; ch. 15. I make another beginning --
no. 6 (p. 161-192) ch. 16. I am a new boy in more senses than one ; ch. 17. Somebody turns up ; ch. 18. A retrospect --
no. 7 (p. 193-224) ch. 19. I look about me, and make a discovery ; ch. 20. Steerforth's home ; ch. 21. Litlle Em'ly --
no. 8. (p. 225-256) ch. 22. Some old scenes, and some new people ; ch. 23. I corroborate Mr. Dick, and choose a profession ; ch. 24. My first dissipation --
no. 9. (p. 257-288) ch. 25. Good and bad angels ; ch. 26. I fall into captivity ; ch. 27. Tommy Traddles --
no. 10. (p. 289-320) ch. 28. Mr. Micawber's gauntlet ; ch. 29. I visit Steerforth at his home, again ; ch. 30. A loss ; ch. 31. A greater loss --
no. 11. ch. 32. The beginning of a long journey ; ch. 33. Blissful ; ch. 34. My aunt astonishes me --
no. 12. ch. 35. Depression ; ch. 36. Enthusiasm ; ch. 37. A little cold water --
no. 13. ch. 38. A dissolution of partnership ; ch. 39. Wickfield and Heep ; ch. 40. The wanderer --
no. 14. (p. 417-448) ch. 41. Dora's aunts ; ch. 42. Mischief ; ch. 43. Another retrospect --
no. 15. (p. 449-480) ch. 44. Our housekeeping ; ch. 45. Mr. Dick fulfils my aunt's prediction ; ch. 46. Intelligence --
no. 16. (p. 481-512) ch. 47. Martha ; ch. 48. Domestic ; ch. 49. I am involved in mystery ; ch. 50. Mr. Peggotty's dream comes true --
no. 17. (p. 513-544) ch. 51. The beginning of a longer journey ; ch. 52. I assist at an explosion ; ch. 53. Another retrospect --
no. 18. (p. 545-576) ch. 54. Mr. Micawber's transactions ; ch. 55. Tempest ; ch. 56. The new wound, and the old ; ch. 57. The emigrants --
no.19 & 20. (p. 577-624) ch. 58. Absence ; ch. 59. Return ; ch. 60. Agnes ; ch. 61. I am shown two interesting penitents ; ch. 62. A light shines on my way ; ch. 63. A visitor ; ch. 64. A last retrospect.
Other Titles: David Copperfield
Responsibility: by Charles Dickens ; with illustrations by H.K. Browne.

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