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Born fatherless, David is raised by his young, beautiful and loving mother Clara

David Copperfield

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David Copperfield is a fictional biography, describing the title character’s life. David narrates the novel himself. Some of the information in the novel is autobiographical and relates to Charles Dickens’s own life. David had a difficult life from the beginning. His father died before he was born. When David’s mother remarries, his stepfather is abusive and sends him off to a boarding school overseen by a cruel and abusive headmaster. One positive outcome of the school is that David makes two close friends. David’s mother dies when he is twelve, and his stepfather sends him off to live with the Micawber family in London and work in his stepfather’s warehouse. David is unhappy working at the warehouse and runs away to his Aunt Betsy. His aunt sends him to live with the Wickfield family and attend a school in Canterbury. Although he loves Agnes Wickfield, David ends up falling in love with Dora Spenlow, the daughter of an attorney who tutors David. The Wickfields’ law clerk, Uriah Heep, is revealed by David’s friends to be stealing from Mr. Wickfield. The Micawbers end up moving to Australia, while David becomes a writer. When Dora dies, David marries Agnes Wickfield.
Charles Dickens
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Relationships are complicated as Heathcliff winds up living with his enemy

Wuthering Heights

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In the late winter months of 1801, a man named Lockwood rents a manor house called Thrushcross Grange in the isolated moor country of England. Here, he meets his dour landlord, Heathcliff, a wealthy man who lives in the ancient manor of Wuthering Heights, four miles away from the Grange. In this wild, stormy countryside, Lockwood asks his housekeeper, Nelly Dean, to tell him the story of Heathcliff and the strange denizens of Wuthering Heights. Nelly consents, and Lockwood writes down his recollections of her tale in his diary; these written recollections form the main part of Wuthering Heights.
Emily Bronte
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How do we live our lives under the sun...

Embers

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How do we live our lives under the sun...
piano black
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A noble spirit tries to survive in an immoral world...

Warrior

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A noble spirit tries to survive in an immoral world...
piano black
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A ghost of different shades...

A Ghost of different Shades

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piano black
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This article figures out about basic advantages of hiring a Document translation

Translation Services Gainesville

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Is It Necessary to Hire a Document Translation Service? If you have a company and you are planning to expand your business globally, then yes, it is necessary to hire a Document translation services Gainesville. While connecting and dealing with various companies globally, you need a translation service to translate texts and documents from one language to another. For this, you can hire an agency among thousands of translation service providers. Translation services are the backbone of this modern business. It is not limited to business but for authors who want to publish their books in various languages. The popularity of such agencies increases day by day because of the growth of business in a global range. If you want to hire such agencies, you can hire them by visiting their sites. Details: https://www.transcription-services-us.com/Translation-Services-Gainesville.php
Heward James
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She belongs to that feminine variety that they call fulva, the woman of fire

The Girl with the Golden Eyes (La Comédie humaine)

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The story follows the decadent heir Henri de Marsay, who becomes enamored of the titular beauty, Paquita Valdes, and plots to seduce her. He succeeds but becomes disillusioned when he discovers she is also involved with another lover and so plots to murder her. When he arrives to kill her, he discovers that she is already dead by the hand of her lover, his half-sister. She declares that Paquita came from a land where women are no more than chattels, able to be bought and used in any way. In the last lines of the story, de Marsay tells a friend that the girl has died of "something to do with the heart.
Honore De Balzac
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First sip, smooth and elegant, with a bitter after-taste.

She is my wine

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First sip, smooth and elegant, with a bitter after-taste. Smell, sweet. Second sip, mind and body, with a strong will. I want more. Excitement becomes desire. A glass-full of her. First glass, not enough. Sweet desire, like her, like the wine. Glass by glass … I get drunk. I want to taste her body, I need the sweet alcohol that is her mind. I want to get drunk!
Nick Malekos
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Orphaned in infancy, William had been meagerly supported by his mothers brothers

The professor

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Orphaned in infancy, William Crimsworth had been meagerly supported by his mother’s brothers, Lord Tynedale and the Honorable John Seacombe. William’s brother Edward, ten years his senior, had taken over his deceased father’s mill and had prospered. Upon his graduation from Eton, William refused to accept further aid from the uncles who had treated his mother so coldly and asked his brother for employment. When he arrived at Bigben Close where the mill was located, Edward censured his young brother for having submitted to Tynedale and Seacombe for so many years. Edward was harsh and cold in speech and act, and his pretty young wife, although inclined at first toward warmth, began to treat William in much the same way. Edward hired William as a clerk at ninety pounds a year and requested that the young man live away from Crimsworth Hall.
Charlotte Brontë
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