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Dickens is known world wide for his unique style of writing Dickens in his writing seperates his novels into two different societies the congenial and the obstructive In David Copperfield Dickens shifts back and forth between both societiesDickens portrays many examples of a congenial society in his book David Copperfield Along with the congenial views he also includes obstructive views to balance the book out David Copperfields life before his mother married Mr Murdstone was pleasant he lived happily with his mother and their servant PeggottyFrom the period when his mother married Mr Murdstone to when his aunt took him in was terrible for him He was sent away away to a run-down boarding school where he and his new friends Tommy Traddles and James Steerforth are beaten His mother died after giving birth to a child that was fatherd by Mr Murdstone After this incident David is sent to work at Mr Murdstones wine factory where he is taken in by Mr Micawber where he grows to love the Micawbers Shortly after Mr Micawber is sent to debters prision David runs away from the factory He then goes to his great-aunt Betsy She takes him in and sends him to Dr Strongs school in Canterbury David lives in Canterbury with Mr Wickfield who is a lawyer There he meets the wicked Uriah Heep who takes advantage of Mr Wickfields drinking problem and makes himself a partner in the firm He also meets Agnes they form a very close relationshipAfter finishing school he goes to work at Mr Spenlow and Jorkins law firm He there becomes engaged to Dora Spenlow When Emly runs away with Davids friend Steerfoth Mr Peggotty goes out to find her While all this is happening Davids aunt is suddenly sent into financial ruin David starts doing extra work to support her He eventually marries Dora but she proves herself inept at house work Then he finds
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