David Copperfield--Annotated, with Commentary [NOOK Book]

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BookDoors’ DAVID COPPERFIELD is the most expansively annotated edition of Charles Dickens's great novel--his favorite--available in print or online. Designed as an eBook, this and the other BookDoors annotated editions offer you swift, seamless access to information vital to the novel and to readable commentary.

The modest price underscores BookDoors' mission to make these works accessible to an audience of widely different experience and ...
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David Copperfield--Annotated, with Commentary

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Overview

BookDoors’ DAVID COPPERFIELD is the most expansively annotated edition of Charles Dickens's great novel--his favorite--available in print or online. Designed as an eBook, this and the other BookDoors annotated editions offer you swift, seamless access to information vital to the novel and to readable commentary.

The modest price underscores BookDoors' mission to make these works accessible to an audience of widely different experience and expectations (please go to bookdoors.com). The “In Context” series provides today’s reader with the knowledge an informed person of 1849 possessed and that Dickens took for granted in his audience. As you read you'll have, should you wish, an interpretive discussion of DAVID COPPERFIED, a glossary of all unfamiliar words and dialect, and annotations addressing specifically historical matter. You'll also find at bookdoors.com a biographical time-line that includes cultural, scientific, and technological developments from 1812 to 1870, the years of Dickens's birth and death. You'll also find a select bibliography, and, part of the initial annotation, an introductory essay that gives away nothing of the plot and an afterword that knits together material divided among the annotations.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016460802
  • Publisher: bookdoors
  • Publication date: 4/18/2013
  • Series: Literature in Its Context , #12
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 15 MB
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For information on Charles Dickens, please see the introductory essay attached to the first annotation.
The editor received his B.A., from Columbia College and his M.A. and Ph.D. in English and Comparative from Columbia University. For further information, please go to bookdoors.com.
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