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Publication 76 By vanwely on Sunday, August 26, 2001 at 19:51   
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In 25 words or less, can anyone explain this guy?

Publication 77 By absent-minded on Sunday, August 26, 2001 at 19:54   
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Maybe: a man with a clear and immediate understanding of the present...

Publication 78 By ttracy on Sunday, August 26, 2001 at 19:55   
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A man who is "the most friendly and amenable creatures in existance" (that's from the book, is that cheating?). Or: A crazy but incredibly wise man forever haunted by King Charles' attempt to get into his memorial!

Publication 79 By Nathaniel Lang on Sunday, August 26, 2001 at 19:57   
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Mr. Dick is a man who is clearly not what he seems, nor is he as intelligent as we are first led to believe. However, he is one of the most kind-hearted individuals in David Copperfield. His "memorial" is somewhat of a fabricated excuse to continue to stay close to Aunt Betsey.

Publication 153 By leo on Saturday, September 1, 2001 at 02:20   
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He is the child in David, the husband that Aunt Betsey desires, a blunt, pragmatic yet sensitive creature, whose apparent insanity and simple wisdom serves as an irony to reveal the insanity of the suppossed genteel class

Publication 191 By Davenicity on Saturday, November 3, 2001 at 13:44   
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A later literary parallel would be "Being There" by Jerzy Kozinsky.

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