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As a disguised autobiography, Dickens creates in David the tale of a "favorite child," who later encounters soreness and travails, yet lands up with a sanguine existence the entire similar.
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His aunt comes out of the house and gives the man some money and the man leaves. David asks his aunt who this man is, and she confides that it is her husband. She explains that she has been separated from him for many years and that he has become a gambler and a cheat. She says that she still gives him money out of nostalgia for their past love but that it embarrasses her to have him turn up at her home. She then asks David to keep the subject a secret. While working for the newspaper, David has managed to complete a novel, which becomes a success.
Spenlow died mysteriously the night before. A few days later, Mr. Jorkins, David, and an office clerk search Mr. com his income, and that Dora will be left with very little money. " Commentary Chapter 37 deals foremost with the matter of David's being deeply in love and not quite comprehending what we clearly see: Dora, in her present state, will prove little more than a hindrance to him. He would be far better off with the sisterly Agnes. The key episode in Chapter 38 parallels Dickens' own love affair with Maria Beadnell.
VAN GHENT, DOROTHY. The English Novel: Form and Function. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1953.