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The personal history, adventures, experience, & observation of David Copperfield the younger of Blunderstone Rookery : (which he never meant to be published on any account)

Dicken's largely autobiographical novel about a boy, sent after his mother's death to London, where he is forced to work in a warehouse. He runs away to his Great Aunt in Dover, where he finds a genuine welcome.

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  • "Uncommercial traveller"@en
  • "David Copperfield in half the time"@en
  • "Da wei. ke bo fei mi"@en
  • "Complete works of Charles Dickens"
  • "Works of Charles Dickens. Globe edition"@en
  • "Personal history, adventures, experience, and observations of David Copperfield, the younger, of Blunderstone Rookery (which he never meant to be published on any account)"@pl
  • "personal history and experience of David Copperfield the Younger / Charles Dickens"
  • "Pickwick papers"@en
  • "Our mutual friend"@en
  • "Old curiosity shop"@en
  • "Dickens's works"@en
  • "Personal history, adventures, experience, & observations of David Copperfield"@en
  • "David Copperfield with introduction and notes"
  • "Stories old and new"
  • "Personal history, adventures, experience and observations of David Copperfield the younger"@it
  • "Hard times"@en
  • "Pictures from Italy"@en
  • "Children's Dickens David Copperfield"
  • "works of Charles Dickens"
  • "Personal history and experience of David Copperfield"@en
  • "Personal history and experience of David Copperfield"
  • "Gallions reach"@en
  • "Sammlung"
  • "Traduction de G. [Geneviève] Meker. Illustrations de P. Rousseau"
  • "Cricket on the hearth"@en
  • "Dawei Kebofei'er"
  • "大卫. 科波菲尔"
  • "Christmas stories, etc"@en
  • "Works"
  • "Dombey and son"@en
  • "Kuai rou yu sheng lu"@en
  • "Cliffs notes on Dicken's David Copperfield"@en
  • "David Copperfield the younger"
  • "David Copperfield the younger"@en
  • "David Copperfield, the Younger"@en
  • "David Copperfield"@en
  • "David Copperfield"
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  • "Bleak House"
  • "Personal history, adventure, experiences, and observation of David Copperfield"@it
  • "Personal history and experience of David Copperfield the Younger"@en
  • "David Copperfield, the younger"
  • "Dabiddo, kappāfuir̄udo"
  • "kuai rou yu sheng ji"
  • "Nicholas Nickleby"@en
  • "Personal history, adventures, experience and observationes of David Copperfield, the younger, of Blunderstone Rookery (which he never meant to be published on any account)"@pl
  • "Tale of two cities"@en
  • "Bleak house"@en
  • "Personal history, experience and observations of David Copperfield the younger"
  • "Dawei Kebofeier"
  • "Personal history, adventures, experience and observations of David Copperfield, the younger, of Blunderstone Rookery (which he never meant to be published on any account)"@pl
  • "Illustrated Classic Editions"@en
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  • "Personal history of David Copperfield"
  • "Dickens' works"@en
  • "Dickens' works"
  • "Storia e le personali esperienze di David Copperfield"
  • "Master Humprhey's clock"@en
  • "David Copperfield : the younger"
  • "Personal History, Adventures, Experience & Observation of David Copperfield The Younger of Blunderstone Rookery"
  • "塊肉餘生錄"
  • "Kuai rou yu sheng"
  • "大卫・科波菲尔"
  • "Christmas carol"@en
  • "Personal history and experience of David Copperfield the younger"
  • "Personal history and experience of David Copperfield the younger"@en
  • "Personal history and experience of David Copperfield the younger"@pl
  • "David Coperfield"@en
  • "Stories and sketches"
  • "Oliver Twist"@en
  • "Dawida Copperfielda"
  • "Charles Dickens's dramatic readings as read in America"
  • "Little Dorrit"@en
  • "Personal history, adventures, experience and observation of David Copperfield the younger, of Blunderstone Rookery, which he never meant to be published, on any account"
  • "Nonesuch Dickens"@en
  • "Cliff Notes on Dicken's David Copperfield"@en
  • "大卫·科波菲尔"
  • "ダビッド・カッパーフイールド"
  • "Martin Chuzzlewitt"@en
  • "Children's Dickens"
  • "Children's Dickens"@en
  • "Personal history, adventures, experience, & observation of David Copperfield"
  • "Mystery of Edwin Drood"@en
  • "Sketches by Boz"@en
  • "塊肉餘生記"
  • "Kuai rou yu sheng ji"
  • "Talisman"@en
  • "People's edition of David Copperfield"@en
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  • "Dawid Copperfield"
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  • "Dicken's largely autobiographical novel about a boy, sent after his mother's death to London, where he is forced to work in a warehouse. He runs away to his Great Aunt in Dover, where he finds a genuine welcome."@en
  • "Circa 1911. Includes 20 coloured tipped-in plates with captioned tissue guards."@en
  • "A young boy in nineteenth-century London runs away from an unhappy home, finds employment in a wine factory, and becomes acquainted with a wide variety of characters in the city streets."
  • "This is a story of the comic delights, tender warmth, and tragic horror of childhood. it is judged by many to be Dickens's masterpiece because of unforgettable characters and incidents."@en
  • "The story of an abandoned orphan who discovers life and love in an indifferent world, this classic tale of childhood is populated with a cast of eccentrics, innocents, and villains who number among the author's greatest creation."
  • "Sociale roman over de moeilijke jeugd van een Engelse jongen."
  • "The story of a young man's adventures on his journey from an unhappy and impoverished childhood to the discovery of his vocation as a successful novelist. Among the cast of characters he encounters are his tyrannical stepfather, Mr. Murdstone; his formidable aunt, Betsey Trotwood; the eternally humble yet treacherous Uriah Heep; frivolous, enchanting Dora; and the magnificently impecunious Micawber."
  • "The chronicle of a young boy growing up in 19th century London."
  • "The chronicle of a young boy growing up in 19th century London."@en
  • "Der beliebte Jugendklassiker von Charles Dickens! Im England der Industrialisierung wird David Copperfield geboren. Sein Leben wird vom Tag seiner Geburt aufgezeichnet - leidvoll, ergreifend, spannend, liebevoll, turbulent und bewegend. Eine Vielzahl an Nebenpersonen begleiten David Copperfield durch seine Kindheit und Jugendjahre ... diese Nebenpersonen gehören zur Faszination des Buches genau so wie der Charakter des Protagonisten und entführen den Leser in ihre spannende, interessante und turbulente Welt."
  • "A young orphan overcomes the adversity of his youth to become a successful gentleman in this partly autobiographical classic reflecting social conditions in nineteenth-century England."@en
  • "A young orphan overcomes the adversity of his youth to become a successful gentleman in this partly autobiographical classic reflecting social conditions in nineteenth-century England."
  • "A classic tale of an orphan growing up in the 1800's of England. Intimately rooted in the author's own biography and written as a first-person narrative, "David Copperfield" charts a young man's progress through a difficult childhood in Victorian England to ultimate success as a novelist, finding true love along the way."@en
  • "Presents an abridged version of Charles Dickens' autobiographical novel about a young boy who endures hardships as a child laborer, depicting the social conditions in nineteenth-century England."@en
  • "La vie de David Copperfield est sans histoire jusqu'au jour où sa mère se remarie. Maltraité par son beau-père, envoyé en prison, David commence une lente descente aux enfers."
  • "Of all of Dickens's novels, David Copperfield most closely reflects the events of his own life. The story of an abandoned waif who discovers life and love in an indifferent world, this classic tale of childhood is populated with a cast of eccentrics, innocents, and villains who number among the author's greatest creations. David Copperfield is filled with characters of the most astonishing variety, vividness, and originality," noted Somerset Maugham. "They are not realistic and yet they abound with life. There never were such people as the Micawbers, Pegotty and Barkis, Traddles, Betsey Trotwood and Mr. Dick, Uriah Heep and his mother. They are fantastic inventions of Dickens's exultant imagination, but they have so much vigor, they are so consistent, they are presented with so much conviction, that you believe in them."@en
  • "The life of David from early childhood during which we meet Betsy Trotwood, Uriah Heep, Mr Micawber and other well-known characters."
  • "David Copperfield enjoys an idyllic life with his gentle, widowed mother and his loving nurse, Peggotty. Then tragedy strikes when Mr. Murdstone weds David's mother and drives her to an early grave. Despised by his stepfather, the boy is forced to live in misery and poverty until he runs away to throw himself upon the mercy of his eccentric aunt. Charles Dickens's classic tale of growing up."
  • "David Copperfield enjoys an idyllic life with his gentle, widowed mother and his loving nurse, Peggotty. Then tragedy strikes when Mr. Murdstone weds David's mother and drives her to an early grave. Despised by his stepfather, the boy is forced to live in misery and poverty until he runs away to throw himself upon the mercy of his eccentric aunt. Charles Dickens's classic tale of growing up."@en
  • "In the Dickens classic, David enjoys an idyllic life with his widowed mother and his loving nurse, Peggotty. Things change when Mr. Murdstone weds David's mother and drives her to an early grave. Despised by his stepfather, the boy lives in misery and poverty until he runs away to throw himself upon the mercy of his eccentric aunt."@en
  • "In the Dickens classic, David enjoys an idyllic life with his widowed mother and his loving nurse, Peggotty. Things change when Mr. Murdstone weds David's mother and drives her to an early grave. Despised by his stepfather, the boy lives in misery and poverty until he runs away to throw himself upon the mercy of his eccentric aunt."
  • "Based on the author's own tumultuous journey from boy to man, this epic traces young David's progress from his mother's sheltering arms to the miseries of boarding-school and sweatshop and the rewards of friendship, romance, and self-discovery in his vocation as a writer. A cherished favorite with generations of readers."
  • "Based on the author's own tumultuous journey from boy to man, this epic traces young David's progress from his mother's sheltering arms to the miseries of boarding-school and sweatshop and the rewards of friendship, romance, and self-discovery in his vocation as a writer. A cherished favorite with generations of readers."@en
  • ""A young boy in nineteenth-century London runs away from an unhappy home, finds employment in a wine factory, and becomes acquainted with a wide variety of characters in the city streets." "This novel 'incorporates material from the autobiography Dickens had recently begun but soon abandoned and is written in the first person,a new technique for him. Although Copperfield differs from his creator in many ways, Dickens uses many early personal experiences that had meant much to him -- his own period of work in a factory while his father was jailed, his schooling and readking, his passion for Maria Beadnell (a woman much like Dora Spenlow), and (more cursorily) his emergence from parliamentary reporting into successful novel writing.'" Merriam-Webster's Ency of Lit."
  • "Translation of classic English novel."
  • "From the Publisher: When David Copperfield's widowed mother remarries, David suffers from his stepfather's abuse. At age 8, David is sent away to a harsh school where the principal routinely beats the students. David's circumstances become even worse when he is removed from school and, at age 10, forced to labor from morning to night in a London warehouse. David then decides to take desperate action. He will run away to his great-aunt, who lives in Dover. Having never met her, David doesn't know whether she'll welcome him or reject him. With almost no money, no food, and inadequate clothing, he sets out on a journey that will change his life."@en
  • "From the Publisher: When David Copperfield's widowed mother remarries, David suffers from his stepfather's abuse. At age 8, David is sent away to a harsh school where the principal routinely beats the students. David's circumstances become even worse when he is removed from school and, at age 10, forced to labor from morning to night in a London warehouse. David then decides to take desperate action. He will run away to his great-aunt, who lives in Dover. Having never met her, David doesn't know whether she'll welcome him or reject him. With almost no money, no food, and inadequate clothing, he sets out on a journey that will change his life."
  • "Book of the Metro Goldwyn Mayer movie version. Illustrated with photographs from the film."
  • "Starring - David Yelland - Colette O'Neil - Pat Keen - Gareth Thomas - Patience Collier - Anthony Andrews - David Troughton - Martin Jarvis - Arthur Lowe - Liz Smith - Jacqueline Pearce - Patricia Routledge - Madeleine Orr - Jonathan Kahn."@en
  • "The story of a young man's adventures on his journey from an unhappy and impoverished childhood to the discovery of his vocation as a successful novelist."@en
  • "Spec. Coll."@en
  • "Spec. Coll."
  • "Dickens, Charles: David Copperfield. 3 Bände, übers. v. Gustav Meyrink, München: Albert Langen, 1910. Erstdruck in 19 Fortsetzungen von Mai 1849 bis November 1850. Erste Buchausgabe: London (Bradbury and Evans) 1850. Hier nach der Übers. v. Gustav Meyrink, München: Albert Langen,1910."
  • "Het levensverhaal van een Engelse jongen die na een ongelukkige jeugd toch nog het geluk vindt."
  • "David Copperfield is the unforgettable story of David' s pursuit of his dream of being a successful writer. Following David from his impoverished childhood to his meetings with the memorable Uriah Heep, the beautiful Dora, and the comic Micawber, David Copperfield is believed to be the most autobiographical of Charles Dickens' s works. David Copperfield has been adapted for film, television, and stage."
  • "Said to be the most autobiographical of Dickens' novels, this is the story of a young man's adventures on his journey from an unhappy and impoverished childhood to the discovery of his vocation as a successful novelist. During the writing of this novel, Dickens drew revealingly on his own experiences to create one of his most exuberant and enduringly popular works, filled with tragedy and comedy in equal measure."@en
  • "Judged by many to be Dickens' masterpiece because of unforgettable characters and incidents."
  • "Ì have in my heart of hearts a favourite child. And his name is DAVID COPPERFIELD, ' wrote Dickens of what is the most personal, certainly one of the most popular, of all his novels. Dickens wrote the book after the completion of a fragment of autobiography recalling his employment as a child in a London warehouse, and in the first-person narrative, a new departure for him, realized marvellously the workings of memory. The embodiment of his boyhood experience in the novel involved a c̀omplicated interweaving of truth and fiction', at its most subtle in the portrait of his father as Mr Micawber."@en
  • "A classic tale of an orphan growing up in the 1800's of England. Intimately rooted in the author's own biography and written as a first-person narrative, "David Copperfield" charts a young man's progress through a difficult childhood in Victorian England to ultimate success as a novelist, finding true love along the way--Publisher."
  • "A classic tale of an orphan growing up in the 1800's of England. Intimately rooted in the author's own biography and written as a first-person narrative, "David Copperfield" charts a young man's progress through a difficult childhood in Victorian England to ultimate success as a novelist, finding true love along the way--Publisher."@en
  • "Récit de la vie de David, de l'enfance à l'âge adulte. Ce roman foisonne de personnages inoubliables."
  • "Classic tale of growing up orphaned in the indifferent adult world of the 19th century."
  • "Like so many fond parents I have in my heart of hearts a favourite child," wrote Charles Dickens. "And his name is David Copperfield. Of all of Dickens's novels, David Copperfield most closely reflects the events of his own life. The story of an abandoned waif who discovers life and love in an indifferent world, this classic tale of childhood is populated with a cast of eccentrics, innocents, and villains who number among the author's greatest creations. "David Copperfield is filled with characters of the most astonishing variety, vividness, and originality," noted Somerset Maugham. "They are not realistic and yet they abound with life. There never were such people as the Micawbers, Pegotty and Barkis, Traddles, Betsey Trotwood and Mr. Dick, Uriah Heep and his mother. They are fantastic inventions of Dickens's exultant imagination, but they have so much vigor, they are so consistent, they are presented with so much conviction, that you believe in them. They are extravagant, but not unreal, and when you have once to know them you can never quite forget them." T. S. Eliot agreed: "Dickens excelled in character; in the creation of characters of greater intensity than human beings." And Virginia Woolf concluded: "In David Copperfield, though char-acters swarm and life flows into every creek and cranny, some common feelings--youth, gaiety, hope--envelops the tumult, brings the scattered parts together, and invests the most perfect of all the Dickens novels with an atmosphere of beauty." The Modern Library has played a significant role in American cultural life for the better part of a century. The series was founded in 1917 by the publishers Boni and Liveright and eight years later acquired by Bennett Cerf and Donald Klopfer. It provided the foun-dation for their next publishing venture, Random House. The Modern Library has been a staple of the American book trade, providing readers with affordable hardbound editions of important works of literature and thought. For the Modern Library's seventy-fifth anniversary, Random House redesigned the series, restoring as its emblem the running torchbearer created by Lucian Bernhard in 1925 and refurbishing jackets, bindings, and type, as well as inaugurating a new program of selecting titles. The Modern Library continues to provide the world's best books, at the best prices.From the Hardcover edition."@en
  • "A young boy in nineteenth-century London runs away from an unhappy home, finding employment in a wine factory."@en
  • "Young David is orphaned as a child, abandoned by a vicious stepfather and must learn to make a life for himself in Victorian England."@en
  • "Dickens himself prepared this text from the novel especially for his own public readings he frequently gave of his works."
  • "Dickens himself prepared this text from the novel especially for his own public readings he frequently gave of his works."@en
  • "Young David Copperfield endures hardships as a child laborer in this partly autobiographical classic reflecting social conditions in nineteenth-century England."@en
  • "Young David Copperfield endures hardships as a child laborer in this partly autobiographical classic reflecting social conditions in nineteenth-century England."
  • "As a child, David is sent by his stepfather to work in a warehouse. He finally runs away to his great-aunt Betsy who gives him a genuine welcome."@en
  • "Charles Dickens's classic story of orphan David Copperfield growing up in nineteenth-century England."
  • "Born six months after his father's death, David faces many hardships growing up in nineteenth-century England. As a child, David is sent by his stepfather to work in a warehouse. He finally runs away to his great-aunt Betsy who gives him a genuine welcome."
  • "The story of an abandoned waif who discovers life and love in an indifferent world, this classic tale of childhood is populated with a cast of eccentrics, innocents, and villains who number among the author's greatest creation."@en
  • "The story of an abandoned waif who discovers life and love in an indifferent world, this classic tale of childhood is populated with a cast of eccentrics, innocents, and villains who number among the author's greatest creation."
  • "Een Engelse jongen verliest al jong zijn ouders en raakt daardoor in grote moeilijkheden. Door toedoen van zijn tante groeit hij op tot een zelfstandige jongeman."
  • "The story of the trials and triumphs of David Copperfield, growing to maturity in the affairs of the world and the affairs of the heart - his success as an artist arising out his sufferings and out of the lessons he derives from life."
  • "" Like so many fond parents I have in my heart of hearts a favourite child," wrote Charles Dickens. "And his name is David Copperfield." Of all of Dickens's novels, David Copperfield most closely reflects the events of his own life. The story of an abandoned waif who discovers life and love in an indifferent world, this classic tale of childhood is populated with a cast of eccentrics, innocents, and villains who number among the author's greatest creations. "David Copperfield is filled with characters of the most astonishing variety, vividness, and originality," noted Somerset Maugham. "They are not realistic and yet they abound with life. There never were such people as the Micawbers, Pegotty and Barkis, Traddles, Betsey Trotwood and Mr. Dick, Uriah Heep and his mother. They are fantastic inventions of Dickens's exultant imagination, but they have so much vigor, they are so consistent, they are presented with so much conviction, that you believe in them. They are extravagant, but not unreal, and when you have once to know them you can never quite forget them." T. S. Eliot agreed: "Dickens excelled in character; in the creation of characters of greater intensity than human beings." And Virginia Woolf concluded: "In David Copperfield, though char- acters swarm and life flows into every creek and cranny, some common feelings--youth, gaiety, hope--envelops the tumult, brings the scattered parts together, and invests the most perfect of all the Dickens novels with an atmosphere of beauty." The Modern Library has played a significant role in American cultural life for the better part of a century. The series was founded in 1917 by the publishers Boni and Liveright and eight years later acquired by Bennett Cerf and Donald Klopfer. It provided the foun- dation for their next publishing venture, Random House. The Modern Library has been a staple of the American book trade, providing readers with affordable hardbound editions of important works of literature and thought. For the Modern Library's seventy-fifth anniversary, Random House redesigned the series, restoring as its emblem the running torchbearer created by Lucian Bernhard in 1925 and refurbishing jackets, bindings, and type, as well as inaugurating a new program of selecting titles. The Modern Library continues to provide the world's best books, at the best prices. From the Hardcover edition."@en
  • "AS A MERE BOY, AFTER HIS MOTHER'S DEATH DAVID IS SENT BY HIS HARSH STEPFATHER, MR. MURDSTONE TO LONDON, WHERE HE PASTES LABELS ON BOTTLES IN A WAREHOUSE BY DAY AND IS THE SINGLE LODGER OF THE POVERTY STRICKEN HOPEFUL MICAWBERS. HE FINALLY RUNS AWAY TO HIS GREAT AUNT BETSY TROTWOOD AT DOVER, WHERE HE FINDS A GENUINE WELCOME. AFTER A PERIOD OF SCHOOL LIFE, HE SETTLES DOWN TO WORK WITH MR. WICKFIELD, A LAWYER, AND FINDS A WARM FRIEND IN WICKFIL ELD'S DAUGHTER, AGNES. HE MARRIES DORA SPENLOW A CHILD WIFE BUT AFTER HER DEATH HE MARRIES AGNES WICKFIELD."
  • "Dickens's favorite of all his novels, David Copperfield is the story of a boy who loses both parents at an early age, and who escapes the torture of working for his pitiless stepfather to make something of himself and, with any luck, find true happiness. David Copperfield features anunforgettable gallery of characters, including David's cruel stepfather Mr. Murdstone, the unctuous Uriah Heep, the amiable Mr. Micawber, whom Dickens based on his father, and Dora Spenglow, whom David marries and calls his "child-wife." Written in the first person, David Copperfield is perhaps the most autobiographical of Dickens's fictions. - Publisher."
  • "Story of the comic delights, tender warmth, and tragic horror of childhood."
  • "When David Copperfield's widowed mother remarries, David suffers from his stepfather's abuse. At age 8, David is sent away to a harsh school where the principal routinely beats the students. David's circumstances become even worse when he is removed from school and, at age 10, forced to labor from morning to night in a London warehouse. David then decides to take desperate action. He will run away to his great-aunt, who lives in Dover. Having never met her, David doesn't know whether she'll welcome him or reject him. With almost no money, no food, and inadequate clothing, he sets out on a journey that will change his life."@en
  • ""Young David Copperfield, orphaned as a child, abandoned by a vicious stepfather, must learn to make a life for himself "--cover."
  • "A simplified edition of the autobiographical novel whose hero, an orphan boy in nineteenth-century England, successfully overcomes an unhappy childhood."@en
  • "A simplified edition of the autobiographical novel whose hero, an orphan boy in nineteenth-century England, successfully overcomes an unhappy childhood."
  • "David Copperfield enjoys an idyllic life until his mother dies. His stepfather cannot abide him, so David runs away to his eccentric aunt."
  • "David Copperfield, whose stepfather casts him out after the death of David's mother, lives through trials and tribulations, first at a boys' school and then as a young man in London before he goes to live with his great-aunt and eventually finds happiness."
  • "David Copperfield, whose stepfather casts him out after the death of David's mother, lives through trials and tribulations, first at a boys' school and then as a young man in London before he goes to live with his great-aunt and eventually finds happiness."@en
  • "A classic tale of an orphan growing up in the 1800's of England. Intimately rooted in the author's own biography and written as a first-person narrative, "David Copperfield" charts a young man's progress through a difficult childhood in Victorian England to ultimate success as a novelist, finding true love along the way. Jeremy Tambling's provocative Introduction reveals subtle themes relevant today in Dickens' favorite work."@en
  • "A classic tale of an orphan growing up in the 1800's of England. Intimately rooted in the author's own biography and written as a first-person narrative, "David Copperfield" charts a young man's progress through a difficult childhood in Victorian England to ultimate success as a novelist, finding true love along the way. Jeremy Tambling's provocative Introduction reveals subtle themes relevant today in Dickens' favorite work."
  • "David Copperfield is considered to be Charles Dickens's most autobiographical novel. He said of it: "Like many fond parents, I have in my heart of hearts a favourite child. And his name is David Copperfield." It is a Bildungsroman, a tale which follows the development into maturity of its narrator, David Copperfield. The Russian greats Tolstoy and Dostoyevsky both greatly admired the novel, as did Kafka, Joyce and James. Freud called it his favourite novel."
  • "David Copperfield is considered to be Charles Dickens's most autobiographical novel. He said of it: "Like many fond parents, I have in my heart of hearts a favourite child. And his name is David Copperfield." It is a Bildungsroman, a tale which follows the development into maturity of its narrator, David Copperfield. The Russian greats Tolstoy and Dostoyevsky both greatly admired the novel, as did Kafka, Joyce and James. Freud called it his favourite novel."@en
  • "Een Engelse jongen verliest al jong zijn ouders en geraakt daardoor in grote moeilijkheden, maar door toedoen van zijn tante groeit hij op tot een zelfstandige jongeman."
  • "Der zweite Band der Dickens-Edition im dtv David Copperfield wird nach dem Tod beider Elternteile von seinem Stiefvater auf die Schule des brutalen Mr. Creakle geschickt. Dort verlebt er eine bedrückende Zeit und wird bereits als Zehnjähriger zur Fabrikarbeit gezwungen. Elend und Ausbeutung stehen im Zeitalter der blühenden Industrialisierung auf der Tagesordnung, und David kann sich den unerträglichen Bedingungen nur durch die Flucht zu seiner Tante Betsey entziehen. Obwohl diese ihn kaum kennt, nimmt sie ihn herzlich auf. Nach entbehrungsreicher Zeit scheint sich das Blatt zu wenden und der Junge kann eine gute Schule besuchen. Wie Dickens wird er später selbst Anwaltsgehilfe, Reporter und schliesslich erfolgreicher Schriftsteller. "David Copperfield" gilt als einer der bedeutendsten Kindheits- und Jugendromane der Weltliteratur. Er zeigt Dickens' überragendes Talent für die Darstellung von Stimmungen, Erlebnissen und Gefühlen seiner Figuren. Das 1849/1850 zunächst in Fortsetzungen erschienene Werk weist viele autobiografische Züge auf und gilt als Lieblingsroman des berühmten englischen Schriftstellers. Charles Dickens wurde am 7. Februar 1812 in Landport bei Portsea in England geboren. Nach einer harten Jugend begann er seine schriftstellerische Laufbahn mit Skizzen, die er unter dem Pseudonym Boz in Londoner Zeitungen und Magazinen veröffentlichte. Die .Pickwick Papers' machten ihn 1837 weltberühmt. All seine grossen Romane schrieb er in fieberhaftem Tempo. 1868 kaufte Dickens - er war inzwischen der gefeiertste Dichter seiner Zeit - Gadshill Place, von nun an sein ständiger Wohnsitz. Dort starb er am 9. Juni 1870 an einem Schlaganfall. Seine grössten Werke: Die Pickwickier (1837), Oliver Twist (1838), David Copperfield (1850), Harte Zeiten (1854), Grosse Erwartungen (1861)."
  • "A boy grows to maturity in the affairs of the world and of the heart, surrounded by some of the author's most memorable characters. However, will David find happiness with the faithful Agnes Wickfield, whom he has known since childhood? Threatened by Uriah Heep, her father's clerk, the security of her own future is in question."
  • "19e-eeuwse sociale roman over de moeilijke jeugd van een Engelse jongen."
  • "An orphan boy in nineteenth-century England successfully overcomes an unhappy childhood."@en
  • "'Like so many fond parents I have in my heart of hearts a favourite child,' wrote Charles Dickens. 'And his name is David Copperfield.' Of all of Dickens's novels, David Copperfield most closely reflects the events of his own life. The story of an abandoned waif who discovers life and love in an indifferent world, this classic tale of childhood is populated with a cast of eccentrics, innocents, and villains who number among the author's greatest creations. 'David Copperfield is filled with characters of the most astonishing variety, vividness, and originality,' noted Somerset Maugham. 'They are not realistic and yet they abound with life. There never were such people as the Micawbers, Pegotty and Barkis, Traddles, Betsey Trotwood and Mr. Dick, Uriah Heep and his mother. They are fantastic inventions of Dickens's exultant imagination, but they have so much vigor, they are so consistent, they are presented with so much conviction, that you believe in them. They are extravagant, but not unreal, and when you have once to know them you can never quite forget them.' T. S. Eliot agreed: 'Dickens excelled in character; in the creation of characters of greater intensity than human beings.' And Virginia Woolf concluded: 'In David Copperfield, though characters swarm and life flows into every creek and cranny, some common feelings--youth, gaiety, hope--envelops the tumult, brings the scattered parts together, and invests the most perfect of all the Dickens novels with an atmosphere of beauty.'"@en
  • "David Copperfield (1849), written at a prosperous and content time in Dickens life, became the fictional account of his life story - a romantic autobiography charting the young man's evolution from his troubled formative years to an affluent and happy adulthood. Once again, issues of class and the differences between public and private standards (represented in the corruption of the wealthy and brilliant Steerforth) are studied, and the power and exploitation of the industrial world are exposed and damned, Classic Dickensian characters here include Mr Murdstone, Copperfield's evil guardian and owner of the wine-bottling factory where David makes his living under appalling conditions; the snake-like Uriah Heap who's vanity leads him to cruelty; Mr Micawber, one of literature's funniest characters and the kind, generous Peggottys, representing all that is good, even in the face of adversity. Little Em'ly provides an ill-treated character with whom the reader can sympathise. This was Dicken's favourite novel."@en
  • "Het levensverhaal van een 19e eeuwse Engelse jongen, die na een ongelukkige jeugd toch nog het geluk vindt."
  • "A young boy endures hardships as a child laborer in this partly autobiographical classic reflecting social conditions in nineteenth-century England."@en
  • "'Like so many fond parents I have in my heart of hearts a favourite child,' wrote Charles Dickens. 'And his name is David Copperfield.'Of all of Dickens's novels, David Copperfield most closely reflects the events of his own life. The story of an abandoned waif who discovers life and love in an indifferent world, this classic tale of childhood is populated with a cast of eccentrics, innocents, and villains who number among the author's greatest creations.'David Copperfield is filled with characters of the most astonishing variety, vividness, and originality,' noted Somerset Maugham. 'They are not realistic and yet they abound with life. There never were such people as the Micawbers, Pegotty and Barkis, Traddles, Betsey Trotwood and Mr. Dick, Uriah Heep and his mother. They are fantastic inventions of Dickens's exultant imagination, but they have so much vigor, they are so consistent, they are presented with so much conviction, that you believe in them. They are extravagant, but not unreal, and when you have once to know them you can never quite forget them.' T. S. Eliot agreed: 'Dickens excelled in character; in the creation of characters of greater intensity than human beings.' And Virginia Woolf concluded: 'In David Copperfield, though characters swarm and life flows into every creek and cranny, some common feelings--youth, gaiety, hope--envelops the tumult, brings the scattered parts together, and invests the most perfect of all the Dickens novels with an atmosphere of beauty.'"@en
  • "A condensed version of Dickens' classic David Copperfield for young readers."@en
  • "Described by the author himself as his "favourite child," the novel David Copperfield is Charles Dickens' draws from many of his own experiences. Virginia Woolf called it Dickens' "most perfect" story, and for over a century and a half readers have followed the title character, a spirited young boy, as he runs away from his ghastly stepfather after the death of his mother. He stays with his memorable Aunt Trotwood, finds friendship in schoolmate Uriah and loves both naïve Dora and sensible Agnes, all while journeying toward his raison d'être: writing novels, like the indefatigable author who created him."@en
  • "An orphan boy grows up in 19th century England."
  • "A young boy endures hardships as a child laborer in this partly autobiographical classic refelcting social conditions in nineteenth-century England."@en
  • "A young boy endures hardships as a child laborer in this partly autobiographical classic refelcting social conditions in nineteenth-century England."
  • "Judged by many to be Dickens' masterpiece because of unforegettable characters and incidents."@en
  • "Charles Dickens confessed in his preface that of all his books David Copperfield was his favorite."@en
  • "The Adventures of childhood with a powerful theme of innocent idealism threatened by brutal materialism and its dazzling array of some unforgettable characters."@en
  • "A classic tale of an orphan growing up in the 1800's of England. Intimately rooted in the author's own biography and written as a first-person narrative, "David Copperfield" charts a young man's progress through a difficult childhood in Victorian England to ultimate success as a novelist, finding true love along the way. Jeremy Tambling's provocative Introduction reveals subtle themes relevant today in Dickens' favorite work. 39 illustrations. Map."@en
  • "Charles Dicken's classic story of orphan David Copperfield growing up in nineteenth-century England."@en
  • "David Copperfield in half the time."@en
  • "David Copperfield, orphaned as a child, abandoned by a vicious stepfather, must learn to make a life for himself. He overcomes the hardships of his early years and finally triumphs in a career success and personal happiness."@en
  • "David Copperfield, orphaned as a child, abandoned by a vicious stepfather, must learn to make a life for himself. He overcomes the hardships of his early years and finally triumphs in a career success and personal happiness."
  • "David Copperfield traces an Englishman's lessons in love, betrayal, loyalty, and forgiveness from birth to fatherhood."
  • "YOUNG DAVID COPPERFIELD, ORPHANED AS A CHILD, ABANDONED BY A VICIOUS STEPFATHER, MUST LEARN TO MAKE A LIFE FOR HIMISELF. WE LEARN OF DAVID'S EARLY HARSH YEARS ...HIS ADOPTION BY HIS ECCENTRIC AUNT...HIS BETRAYAL BY A CHILDHOOD FRIEND...THE PRESSURES OF STARTING A CAREER...IMMATURE, YOUNG LOVE...AND FINALLY CAREER SUCCESS AND PERSONAL HAPPINESS."
  • "A classic tale of an orphan growing up in 1800's England. Intimately rooted in the author's own biography and written as a first-person narrative."@en
  • "Présentation dépassée. Reliure fragile. [SDM]."
  • "Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer completes "David Copperfield". Pictures of some of the leading players in the screen version of "David Copperfield" ... Lionel Barrymore as Dan Peggotty, Frank Lawton as David, Elizabeth Allen as David's mother, Roland Young as Uriah Heap ... novelist Hugh Walpole as the Vicar of Blunder Street and Edna May Oliver as Aunt Betsy Trotwood."@en
  • "Nadat zijn moeder is gestorven, moet David Copperfield van zijn stiefvader gaan werken in een fabriek. Hij wordt in huis genomen door een oud-tante, die hem in de leer doet bij een advocaat."
  • "An autobiographical novel whose hero, an orphan boy in nineteenth-century England, successfully overcomes an unhappy childhood."
  • "The personal history of David Copperfield."
  • "'I have in my heart of hearts a favourite child. And his name is DAVID COPPERFIELD,' wrote Dickens of what is the most personal, certainly one of the most popular, of all his novels. Dickens wrote the book after the completion of a fragment of autobiography recalling his employment as a child in a London warehouse, and in the first-person narrative, a new departure for him, realized marvellously the workings of memory. The embodiment of his boyhood experience in the novel involved a 'complicated interweaving of truth and fiction', at its most subtle in the portrait of his father as Mr Micawber, one of Dickens's greatest comic creations. Enjoying a humour that never becomes caricature, the reader shares David's affection for the eccentric Betsey Trotwood and her prot--eacute--;g--eacute--; Mr Dick, and smiles with the narrator at the trials he endures in his love for the delightfully silly Dora. Settings, (East Anglia, the London of the 1820s), people, and events are unified by their relationship to the story of Steerforth's treachery, which reaches its powerful climax in the storm scene. This edition, which has the accurate Clarendon text, includes Dickens's trial titles and working notes, and eight of the original illustrations by 'Phiz'."
  • "????????"????????Like so many fond parents I have in my heart of hearts a favourite child," wrote Charles Dickens. "And his name is David Copperfield."????????Of all of Dickens's novels, David Copperfield most closely reflects the events of his own life. The story of an abandoned waif who discovers life and love in an indifferent world, this classic tale of childhood is populated with a cast of eccentrics, innocents, and villains who number among the author's greatest creations.????????"David Copperfield is filled with characters of the most astonishing variety, vividness, and originality," noted Somerset Maugham. "They are not realistic and yet they abound with life. There never were such people as the Micawbers, Pegotty and Barkis, Traddles, Betsey Trotwood and Mr. Dick, Uriah Heep and his mother. They are fantastic inventions of Dickens's exultant imagination, but they have so much vigor, they are so consistent, they are presented with so much conviction, that you believe in them. They are extravagant, but not unreal, and when you have once to know them you can never quite forget them." T. S. Eliot agreed: "Dickens excelled in character; in the creation of characters of greater intensity than human beings." And Virginia Woolf concluded: "In David Copperfield, though char-acters swarm and life flows into every creek and cranny, some common feelings--youth, gaiety, hope--envelops the tumult, brings the scattered parts together, and invests the most perfect of all the Dickens novels with an atmosphere of beauty." The Modern Library has played a significant role in American cultural life for the better part of a century. The series was founded in 1917 by the publishers Boni and Liveright and eight years later acquired by Bennett Cerf and Donald Klopfer. It provided the foun-dation for their next publishing venture, Random House. The Modern Library has been a staple of the American book trade, providing readers with affordable hardbound editions of important works of literature and thought. For the Modern Library's seventy-fifth anniversary, Random House redesigned the series, restoring as its emblem the running torchbearer created by Lucian Bernhard in 1925 and refurbishing jackets, bindings, and type, as well as inaugurating a new program of selecting titles. The Modern Library continues to provide the world's best books, at the best prices.From the Hardcover edition."@en
  • "A heart warming and informative saga of an orphaned boy making his way from the sweatshops of 19th century London to finding family, love, and the good life by giving kindness and consideration to the people he meets along the way."@en
  • "Autobiographical novel whose hero, an orphan boy in nineteenth-century England, successfully overcomes an unhappy childhood."

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  • "David Copperfield : the younger of Blunderstone rookery (which he never meant to be published on any account)"
  • "Dzieje, przygody, doświadczenia i zapiski Dawida Copperfielda juniora, rodem z Blunderstone (których nigdy ogłaszać drukiem nie zamierzał). T. 1"@pl
  • "The personal history, adventures, experience, & observation of David Copperfield the younger of Blunderstone Rookery : (which he never meant to be published on any account)"@en
  • "The personal history of David Copperfield ... With illustrations by H.K. Browne"@en
  • "David Copperfield den yngre från Blunderstone Rookery, hans lefnad, äfventyr, hågkomster och iakttagelser"@sv
  • "David Copperfield : [40 Bilder von Phiz nach der 1. Buchausg. London 1850]"
  • "David Copperfield : Notes"@it
  • "David Copperfield : Introd. by G. K. Chesterton"
  • "Dzieje, przygody, doświadczenia i zapiski Dawida Copperfielda ... Tłumaczyła Wila Zyndram-Kościałkowska w roku 1889. (Wydanie v.-Przekład ... przejrzany i poprawiony.)"
  • "David Copperfield = 塊肉餘生記"
  • "David Copperfield : Présentation de H. [Hubert] Audigier,... Traduction de M. [Madeleine] Mélèse"
  • "The personal history and experience of David Copperfield, the younger ... With forty illustrations engraved on wood by J.W. Orr, from designs by H.K. Browne"@en
  • "DAVID COPPERFIELD : GREAT ILLUSTRATED CLASSICS"
  • "The personal history and experience of David Copperfield : the Younger"
  • "David Copperfield. Introd. by G. K. Chesterton"
  • "The personal history of David Copperfield .. With illustrations by H.K. Browne"@en
  • "David Cooperfield"@en
  • "David copperfield"
  • "David copperfield"@en
  • "David copperfield"@es
  • "DAVID COPPERFIELD"
  • "David Copperfield : (novela)"@es
  • "The personal history of David Copperfield : with illustr. by H. K. Browne"
  • "The Personal History of David Copperfield ... with forty illustrations by "Phiz." Edited, with introduction and notes, by E. Kibblewhite"@en
  • "[David Copperfield]"@es
  • "The personal history of David Copperfield . With illustrations by H.K. Browne"@en
  • "David Copperfield = Teibit K'ap'ŏp'iildŭ"@en
  • "David copperfield : abridgement and introduction by a ronaldson"
  • "David Copperfield arles Dickens"
  • "David Copperfield, etc"
  • "David Copperfield = kuai rou yu sheng ji"
  • "David Copperfield ... Abridged and edited by J. H. Yoxall, etc. [With the illustrations by "Phiz" ]"
  • "The personal history and experience of David Copperfield, the younger"
  • "The personal history and experience of David Copperfield, the younger"@en
  • "Personal history of David Copperfield"
  • "Personal history of David Copperfield"@en
  • "The personal history of David Copperfield : in two volumes"
  • "PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD"
  • "Dzieje, przygody, doświadczenia i zapiski Dawida Copperfielda juniora, rodem z Blunderstone (których nigdy ogłaszać drukiem nie zamierzał)"@pl
  • "Dzieje, przygody, doświadczenia i zapiski Dawida Copperfielda : Juniora rodem z Blunderstone (których nigdy nie zamierzał ogłaszać drukiem)"
  • "David Copperfield : Bd. 1-3 [in 1 Bd]"
  • "The Personal History Of David Copperfield"
  • "David Copperfield the personal history and experience of David Copperfield, the younger"
  • "David Copperfield [Audio]"
  • "David Copperfield [The personal History of David Copperfield]"
  • "(Personal History of) David Copperfield"@en
  • "David Copperfield : [and] Reprinted pieces"@en
  • "The personal history and experience of David Copperfield the Younger"@en
  • "The personal history and experience of David Copperfield the Younger"
  • "David Copperfield: novela"
  • "The personal history, adventures, experience, & observation of David Copperfield the younger of Blunderstone Rookery. ; (Which he never meant to be published on any account.)"@en
  • "David Copperfield ... With introduction and notes by S.H. Burton"@en
  • "The Personal History of David Copperfield. Illustrated by William Rainey"@en
  • "The private life of David Copperfield"
  • "The personal history of David Copperfield : in three volumes"
  • "The Personal history and experience of David Copperfield the younger"
  • "David Copperfield : abridged"
  • "The personal history of David Copperfield in two volumes"
  • "David Copperfield Hörspiel"
  • "Dzieje, przygody, doświadczenia i zapiski Dawida Copperfielda, juniora rodem z Blunderstone (których nigdy ogłaszać drukiem nie zamierzał)"
  • "The Personal History of David Copperfield. [With plates.]"@en
  • "David Copperfield : parts one and two"@en
  • "Personal history of david copperfield ... with illustrations by h. k. browne"
  • "Personal history and experience of david Copperfield, the younger"@en
  • "David Copperfield : Roman"@en
  • "David Copperfield : Roman"
  • "The personal history of David Copperfield : Vol. 1-2"
  • "David Copperfield ... With an introduction by Norman Collins"@en
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  • "David Copperfield : Omslag af Ib Andersen"@da
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  • "The personal history of David Copperfield : with illustrations"@en
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  • "The personal history of David Copperfield-"@en
  • "David Copperfield : Cassette Pack"
  • "David Copperfield / Grace Hogarth ; illustrated by Faith Jaques"@en
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  • "The personal history and experience of David Copperfield : the younger"
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  • "The personal history and experience of David Copperfield"@en
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  • "David Copperfield. [An abridgment.]"@en
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  • "The personal history ... of David Copperfield : the younger of Blunderstone Bookery"
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  • "The personal history, adventures, experience, & observation of David Copperfield, the younger of Blunderstone Rookery"@en
  • "David Copperfield [dt.]- Roman"
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  • "David Copperfield : Ill. af Gianni"@da
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  • "The Personal History of David Copperfield. (With an introduction by G. K. Chesterton.)"@en
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  • "The personal history of David Copperfield : In three volumes"
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  • "David Copperfield : roman"@da
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  • "David Copperfield : roman"
  • "The Personal history of David Copperfield. Edited [with an introduction] by Trevor Blount. With 23 of the original illustrations by Hablôt K. Browne, 'Phiz'. [With a portrait and facsimile.]"@en
  • "The Personal History of David Copperfield"@en
  • "The Personal History of David Copperfield"
  • "The Personal history of David Copperfield, by Charles Dickens"
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  • "David Copperfield : abreviado para lectura pública por el autor"
  • "Dzieje, przygody, doświadczenia i zapiski Dawida Copperfielda juniora rodem z Blunderstone (których nigdy ogłaszać drukiem nie zamierzał)"
  • "David Copperfield, Roman"
  • "... The personal history of David Copperfield"@en
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  • "The personal history of David Copperfield"@en
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  • "David Copperfield : With an introd. by Norman Collins"
  • "David Copperfield Part 2"
  • "The personal history of David Cooperfield"
  • "The personal history of David Cooperfield"@en
  • "David Copperfield = 大卫·科波菲尔"
  • "The personal history, adventures, experience, and observations of David Copperfield of younger, of Blunderstone Rookery"
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  • "[The personal History of] David Copperfield"
  • "David Copperfield ... Toinen painos. (Suomentanut J. Hollo.)"@en
  • "The personal History of David Copperfield"
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  • "The personal history of David Copperfield : Vol. 2"
  • "The personal history of David Copperfield. With illus. by H. K. Browne"
  • "David Copperfield : the younger of Blunderstone Rookery (which he never meant to be published on any account)"
  • "Davið Copperfield"
  • "[The personal history of] David Copperfield"
  • "[The personal history of David] Copperfield"
  • "David Copperfield : a novel"@en
  • "David Copperfield : a novel"
  • "David Copperfield ... Roman anglais traduit avec l'autorisation de l'auteur sous la direction de P. Lorain"
  • "The personal history of David Copperfield : volume II"
  • "The personal history & experience of David Copperfield the younger"
  • "David copperfield : intermediate level"@en
  • "David Copperfield : adapted for young readers"@en
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  • "Dzieje, przygody, doswiadczenia i zapiski Dawida Copperfielda juniora rodem z Blunderstone (ktorych nigdy oglaszac drukiem nie zamierzal)"
  • "David Copperfield : Introduction et traduction par Madeleine Mélèse"
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  • "David Copperfield : [texte anglais]"
  • "David Copperfield : with introd. and notes by S.H. Burton"
  • "David Copperfield : gekürzte Lesung"
  • "David Copperfield Roman"
  • "David Copperfield : Roman. Mit 39 Bildern v. Phiz [d. i. Hablot K. Browne]"
  • "The personal history and experience of David Copperfield, the younger .. With forty illustrations engraved on wood by J.W. Orr, from designs by H.K. Browne"@en
  • "David Copperfield : dans la version que Charles Dickens en a faite en lecture publique"
  • "The Personal History of David Copperfield, etc"@en
  • "David Copperfield = Dawei Kebofeier"
  • "The Personal history of David Copperfield"
  • "The Personal history of David Copperfield"@en
  • "The personal history, adventures, experience, & observation of David Copperfield the younger of Blunderstone Rookery (which he never meant to be published on any account)"
  • "The personal history of David Copperfield : with Ill. by H. K. Browne"
  • "David Copperfield : extraits"
  • "[David Copperfield]. The personal history of David Copperfield"@en
  • "The personal history of David Copperfield. With ... illustrations"@en
  • "David Copperfield novela"
  • "David Copperfield novela"@es
  • "Dzieje, przygody, doświadczenia i zapiski Dawida Copperfielda juniora rodem z Blunderstone, (których nigdy ogłaszać drukiem nie zamierzał)"@pl
  • "The personal history of David Copperfield : volume I"
  • "The personal history of David Copperfield. With illustrations by F. Barnard"@en
  • "David Copperfield : novel.la"@ca
  • "Davíð Copperfield"
  • "Příběh Davida Copperfielda"
  • "David Copperfield : novela"@es
  • "David Copperfield : novela"
  • "David Copperfield : Novela"@es
  • "The Personal History of David Copperfield. (With an introduction by G.K. Chesterton.)"@en
  • "David Copperfield. A tale of two cities. Great expectations"
  • "(David Copperfield) The Personal history and experience of David Copperfield the younger"@en
  • "Personal history, adventures, experience and observation of David Copperfield the Younger of Blunderstone Rookery"
  • "The personal history of David Copperfield with illustrations"
  • "David Copperfield... : [Préface de L. Ville.]"
  • "David Copperfield Blindendr. d. Dt. Blindenstudienanst"
  • "David Copperfield : Introd. by G.K. Chesterton"
  • "David Copperfield; Roman"
  • "David Copperfield. Introduction et traduction par Madeleine Mélèse"
  • "Dzieje, przygody, doświadczenia i zapiski Dawida Copperfielda juniora rodem z Blunderstone (których nigdy nie zamierzał ogłaszać drukiem)"@pl
  • "The personal history and experience of David Copperfield the younger"@ja
  • "David Copperfield [The personal history of David Copperfield, dt.] Roman"
  • "The personal history and experience of David Copperfield the younger"
  • "The personal history and experience of David Copperfield the younger"@en
  • "David Copperfield the personal history and experience of David Copperfield the Younger"
  • "David Copperfield : texte intégral"
  • "David Copperfield adapted for youn readers"
  • "The personal history of David Copperfield : Vol. 1"
  • "David Copperfield : [roman]"
  • "The Personal History and Experience of David Copperfield, the Younger. [Abridged.]"@en
  • "David Copperfield : novel·la"@ca

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