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David Copperfield

David Copperfield

Charles Dickens

ISBN: 9781848420229

One of Charles Dickens' best-loved and most autobiographical stories, dramatised for a cast of ten - including Dickens' marvellous creations, Mr Micawber, Uriah Heep, Mrs Peggotty, Murdstone, Steerforth and Betsey Trotwood. This stage adaptation focuses o

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This work is one of Dickens' best-loved and most autobiographical stories, brilliantly yet faithfully dramatised for a cast of ten. Here are all Dickens' marvellous creations, Mr Micawber, Uriah Heep, Mrs Peggotty, Murdstone, Steerforth, Betsey Trotwood and all. Weaving through the colourful maze of the storyline is David's hopeless infatuation with Emily - and eventual salvation in the arms of the long-suffering Agnes. Alastair Cording's stage adaptation skilfully concentrates on the essentials of the story while maintaining the colour, humour and drama of the book. Most notable is its fluidity, with each scene flowing into the next without the need for cumbersome scene changes - or indeed very much scenery.
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