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David Copperfield - Unabridged Guide
Here's part of the content - you would like to know it all? Delve into this book today!..... : Clara Peggotty - The faithful servant of the Copperfield family and a lifelong companion to David (she is called by her surname Pegotty in David's family, as her given name is Clara, the same as David's mother; she is also referred to at times as Barkis after her marriage to Mr.
...She is present on the night of David's birth but leaves after hearing that Clara Copperfield's child is a boy instead of a girl, and is not seen until David is older and flees to her house in Dover from London.
... Daniel Peggotty - Peggotty's brother; a humble but generous Yarmouth fisherman who takes his nephew Ham and niece Emily into his custody after each of them has been orphaned, and welcomes David as a child when he holidays to Yarmouth with Peggotty.
... Martha Endell - A young woman, once Little Emily's friend, who later gains a bad reputation (we suppose she incurs in some sexually inappropriate behaviour and is thus disgraced), who, in the later chapters of the novel helps Daniel Peggotty find his niece after she returns to London.
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Inside the Guide: David Copperfield, Phaeton (carriage), Peggotty, Our Mutual Friend, King's Bench Prison, John Dickens, James Steerforth, Hugh Walpole, Hablot Knight Browne, George Cukor, Edward Murdstone, Dora Spenlow, Delbert Mann, David Copperfield (illusionist), David Copperfield (character), David Copperfield (2000 film), David Copperfield (1999 film), David Copperfield (1993 film), David Copperfield (1969 film), David Copperfield (1966 TV serial), David Copperfield (1935 film), David Copperfield (1913 film), David Copperfield (1911 film), Charles Dickens, Bleak House, Blackfriars, London, Bildungsroman, Betsey Trotwood, Barry Letts, Autobiography, A Christmas Carol, A Child's History of England