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Dickens called “David Copperfield” his “favourite child.” He was wiser than most parents or authors in his choice of a favourite.
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The Personal History and Experience of David Copperfield the Younger
Volumes VII & VIII
 
Charles Dickens
 
 
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HARVARD CLASSICS SHELF OF FICTION, VOLUME VII & VIII
 
NEW YORK: P.F. COLLIER & SON, 1917
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2000
 
  1. A Loss
  2. A Greater Loss
  3. The Beginning of a Long Journey
  4. Blissful
  5. My Aunt Astonishes Me
  6. Depression
  7. Enthusiasm
  8. A Little Cold Water
  9. A Dissolution of Partnership
  10. Wickfield and Heep
  11. The Wanderer
  12. Dora’s Aunts
  13. Mischief
  14. Another Retrospect
  15. Our Housekeeping
  16. Mr. Dick Fulfils My Aunt’s Predictions
  17. Intelligence
  18. Martha
  19. Domestic
  20. I Am Involved in Mystery
  21. Mr. Peggotty’s Dream Comes True
  22. The Beginning of a Longer Journey
  23. I Assist at an Explosion
  24. Another Retrospect
  25. Mr. Micawber’s Transactions
  26. Tempest
  27. The New Wound, and the Old
  28. The Emigrants
  29. Absence
  30. Return
  31. Agnes
  32. I Am Shown Two Interesting Penitents
  33. A Light Shines on My Way
  34. A Visitor
  35. A Last Retrospect



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