It was Dickens' favourite among his own novels.
Following his mother's passing, David's wealthy and eccentric aunt Betsey agrees to take him in, and thus begins his journey to becoming an author and a gentleman.
Why is representation in media important? He offers three major, recurring themes in The Personal History of David Copperfield, the main one highly elusive in its construct upon casual listen.
All that is good about this world innocence, justice, truth can be found within these pages.
Here the marvel of Dickens shines through because he can capture people so incredibly well: he is the master of description.
No one remains to care for David in London, so he decides to run away, with Micawber advising him to head to , to find his only known remaining relative, his eccentric and kind-hearted great-aunt.