Paints a picture of social conditions in Victorian England and weaves the more humorous elements between the times of great happiness and tragedy.
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David Copperfield is Dicken's most autobiographical novel. It charts the hero through a troubled youth to eventual fulfillment as a young man. The novel paints a powerful picture of social conditions in Victorian England and Dickens weaves the more humorous elements personified by Mr. Micawber and Betsey Trotwood between the times of great happiness and tragedy. The evil and repulsive Uriah Heep was portrayed by Martin Jarvis in a highly acclaimed BBC Television production.
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