David Copperfield

‘David Copperfield’ by Charles Dickens – Chapter 12

Never ask a pro-child-labor kid to deliver your trunk when you’re running away from the bottle factory

  • David says goodbye to the Micawber family, now free of debt, who’ve decided to head to the heartland.
  • He decides to run away from the bottle factory and see if he can stay with his weird aunt (who’s still pissed he’s not a girl).
  • He tries to get some ‘long legged’ kid who’s pro child-labor to deliver his trunk to the post office but gets robbed instead.

The romance corner book this week is ‘Only by Your Touch’ by Catherine Anderson

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