Compare And Contrast Charles Dickens And David Copperfield

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Question No 01

Though both novels are equally influential in narration yet narration of David Copperfield is stronger than that of Wuthering Heights. Justify.

David Copperfield was Charles Dickens’s eighth novel, and has been said to be Charles Dickens favorite novel. In the Charles Dickens edition of the novel Dickens states,
“It will be easily believed that I am a fond parent to every child of my fancy, and that no one can ever love that family as dearly as I love them. But, like many fond parents’
(Dickens, Charles. "Stewart, Garrett. Dickens and Language," page 61 chapter 3)
Furthermore his name is David Copperfield" (Volsci’s. A hefty portion of the occasions of the novel, David Copperfield have been contrasted with Charles Dickens own life; in this manner numerous accept the novel to be to some degree personal. Charles Dickens started deal with David Copperfield after John Forster addressed him about his youth. E. D. H. Johnson 's, Charles Dickens: An Introduction to His Novels, examined a discussion that John Forster caught between Charles Dickens ' father and a man, in which; the man guaranteed that he recollected an adolescent Dickens working in his industrial facility (Johnson 1). David Masson wrote in an exposition in 1851 that, "as indicated by the general voice of the commentators, Copperfield is one of the best of Mr. Dickens ' stories, composed with positively more mind and exertion than its prompt processors, as though the creator had resolved to
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