by Charles Dickens, 1687 pages
Item Number: 4265
This book for the blind is offered in Original or Unified English Braille.
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Dickens wrote David Copperfield
after completing an autobiographical fragment recalling his employment as a child in a London warehouse, and in the first-person narrative realized marvelously the workings of memory. The embodiment of his boyhood experience involved a "complicated interweaving of truth and fiction", at its most subtle in the portrait of his father as Mr. Micawber, one of his greatest comic creations. As David moves into manhood, he encounters eccentrics and innocents, friends and villains, from his aunt Betsey Trotwood and her protege Mr. Dick to the Peggotty family, the treacherous Steerforth, his beloved Dora, and the despicable Uriah Heep. David charts his growing self-knowledge in a story that is a classic of Victorian fiction.
Package Weight: about 30.4 pounds.
(From the Treasured Classics shelf.)