Charles Dickens: Oliver Twist
Charles Dickens: A Tale of Two Cities

Charles Dickens: David Copperfield

Uriah_Heep_et_david_(Harold_Copping)The Personal History of David Copperfield is the eighth novel by Charles Dickens, originally serialised from 1849, and published as a book on completion in 1850. It was Dickens' favourite among his novels, in part because it was the most autobiographical.

David Copperfield's progress from youth to manhood is, in some episodes, a thinly veiled fictionalization of Dickens' own life, but it also incorporates some of his most vividly imagined characters, such as Mr Micawber and Uriah Heep.

David Copperfield at Online Stores
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Free online texts

Gutenberg: David Copperfield. EPUB, HTML, MOBI and TXT formats.  
Internet Archive: The Personal History of David Copperfield. EPUB, MOBI, TXT and PDF formats.
Standard Ebooks: David Copperfield. AZW3, EPUB, KEPUB and Advanced EPUB formats.
University of Adelaide (Internet Archive): David Copperfield. EPUB, HTML and MOBI formats.
Wikisource: David Copperfield. HTML and other formats.


Other Resources
Guardian: The 100 best novels: No 15 – David Copperfield by Charles Dickens (1850), by Robert McCrum, 30 December 2013.
Librivox: David Copperfield. Public domain audiobooks.
Orwell Foundation: Charles Dickens, by George Orwell. A valuable critical essay.
Wikipedia: Charles Dickens - David Copperfield

Further reading at Tom's Learning Notes
Henry Fielding: Tom Jones - a central English contribution to the Bildungsroman genre, and a key influence on Dickens.
Charles Dickens: Oliver Twist.

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