Steerforth displays his selfishness when he insults his schoolmaster, Mr. Through hard work and economy, Traddles slowly climbs up the legal ladder. On his return, David is given good reason to dislike his stepfather and has similar feelings for Murdstone's sister Jane, who moves into the house soon afterwards.
David befriends Steerforth and Traddles. Agnes Wickfield — Mr Wickfield's mature and lovely daughter and close friend of David since childhood. During term, David lodges with the lawyer Mr Wickfield, and his daughter Agneswho becomes David's friend and confidante.
He travels throughout Europe, and stays in Switzerland for a long time. During that time he publishes a story about his own life with the help of old school-friend Traddles, and realizes that he loves Agnes, praying she loves him too.
Daniel Peggotty — Peggotty's brother; a humble but generous Yarmouth fisherman who takes his nephew Ham and niece Emily into his custody after each of them has been orphaned, and welcomes David as a child when he holidays to Yarmouth with Peggotty.
In fact his unhappy loves in life were portrayed also, similarly he wanted to become a journalist and later as David Copperfield a well-known author.
He charms both women and men for the feeling of power it gives him. Between them they tyrannise his poor mother, making her and David's lives miserable, and when, in consequence, David falls behind in his studies, Murdstone attempts to thrash him — partly to further pain his mother.
Peggotty and Emily prosper in Australia. Besides being different in appearance, Charles Dickens contrasts these two characters through their personalities. Like David, Traddles must make his own way in the world through patience and hard work.
Traddles is also an orphan. He suffers from much financial difficulty and even has to spend time in a debtors' prison before moving to Plymouth. He meets two kids, Tommy Traddles and James Steerforth, whom he will encounter again later in life. Her brother, fisherman Mr Peggottylives in a house built in an upturned boat on the beach, with his adopted relatives Emily and Hamand an elderly widow, Mrs Gummidge.
David returns home upon the death of his mother and baby half-brother. Wilkins Micawber — A melodramatic, kind-hearted and foolish gentleman who befriends David as a young boy. News of his death is withheld from his family to enable them to emigrate without hesitation or remorse.
He often exhibits chauvinistic attitudes toward the lower classes. His madness is amply described; he claims to have the "trouble" of King Charles I in his head. The initial title also says that: After being beaten, David retaliated and is sent to boarding to school for his disobedience.
The biggest difference between James Steerforth and Tommy Traddles is final results of their lives when the book ends. On his return home he finds that his mother has married Mr Murdstone, whose sister, Jane, moves into the household.
David marries the beautiful but childish Dora Spenlowbut their marriage proves unhappy for David. After David's mother dies, Mr Murdstone sends him to work in his factory in London, where he has to clean wine bottles.
The news of her son's death destroys her and she never recovers from the shock. With considerable moral support from Agnes and his own great diligence and hard work, David ultimately finds fame and fortune as an author, writing fiction.
You truly witness the events young David goes through as a child would, meaning of course that he is very naive. He looks weak, both in health and character; his head seems to be very heavy for him; he walks on one side, and has a big nose.
James Steerforth one of David ’s classmates at Salem School. The two become close friends, but the relationship dynamic is uneven; Steerforth is charismatic, wealthy, and several years older than David, so many of their interactions involve an element of coercion.
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