Hilary Burningham retells the story of David Copperfield through speech bubbles, illustrations and simplified text to draw in readers who might struggle with Dicken's original text.
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||Orphans - Comic books, strips, etc - Juvenile fiction - History - 19th century - England - London, England - Comic books, strips, etc - Juvenile fiction - Social life and customs - 19th century
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In this classic tale, a young boy is deeply affected when his widowed mother remarries. When his mother dies, David's stepfather sends him to work in a London factory. After Wilkins Micawber, his landlord in London, is sent to prison, David escapes London and takes refuge in Dover with Betsey Trotwood, his aunt. After a conventional schooling and a brief legal career he later becomes a novelist.
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Hilary Burningham is a former teacher and the author of the Graphic Shakespeare series. Chris Rowlatt is an illustrator and artist.