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David Copperfield
used in A Great and Terrible Beauty

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Charles Dickens most autobiographical novel depicting the inhuman treatment of children in 19th-century England; a lengthy, but popular novel filled with tragedy and comedy (1850)
  • Mrs. Nightwing sits in her chair, reading David Copperfield aloud to the younger girls.
    Chapter 29 (57% in)
  • "To make certain the afternoon is an educational one after all," Miss Moore says, glancing at Cecily, "I shall read aloud from David Copperfield.
    Chapter 23 (62% in)

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