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<p>The current study aims at reconsidering critically Charles Dickens's David Copperfield. Charles Dickens is perhaps the greatest—if not the most perfect—of Victorian story-teller whose works have become synonymous with Victorian England. Many of his novels came out in monthly installments and were awaited by his readers eagerly. His popularity lay in his ability to write gripping, sentimental stories filled with memorable characters. On a more serious level, his novels are a detailed accountdoi:10.5539/ells.v5n4p31 fatcat:duoyepianjbfbclhf4gt3ede2q