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David Copperfield (Penguin Readers, Level 3) (edition 2000)

by Charles Dickens (Author)

Series: Penguin Readers (Level 3)

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"David Copperfield's happy life suddenly changes when his mother marries again. Her new husband is cruel to him and sends him away to school. When David's mother dies, he is sent to work in London. He hates his job so he runs away. He has no money for food or for travelling. But it is the beginning of his life of adventure."--P. [4] of cover.… (more)
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Title:David Copperfield (Penguin Readers, Level 3)
Authors:Charles Dickens (Author)
Info:Pearson Education ESL (2000), Edition: 1, 96 pages
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David Copperfield [adapted ∙ Penguin Reader] by Charles Dickens

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This novel is David's life from the day he was born to his second marriage.In his childhood,he wasn't interested in studying,and his father strongly scolded him.His father sent him to school,and David was considered poor graded student by the teacher and he was made of fun many students.Nevertheless,he lived and he met many people.
It is good story,but human relationships is complex and the vocaburary level is little high.You may need to read the novel many times. ( )
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"David Copperfield's happy life suddenly changes when his mother marries again. Her new husband is cruel to him and sends him away to school. When David's mother dies, he is sent to work in London. He hates his job so he runs away. He has no money for food or for travelling. But it is the beginning of his life of adventure."--P. [4] of cover.

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