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David Copperfield Chapter Summary - Part 2
(Jump to chapters 33-35, 36-38, 39-41, 42-44, 45-47, 48-50, 51-53, 54-56, 57-59, 60-62, 63-64, Back to the First Part)

    By Poppy Edmunds

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CHAPTER 60 – AGNES

Copperfield asks Betsey Trotwood whether Agnes has any attachments and his aunt says that she may have one.

Next day, Copperfield rides to Canterbury to see her. They talk of old times and finds out why she has no mother.

 

CHAPTER 61 – I AM SHOWN TWO INTERESTING PENITENTS

Copperfield shows Traddles a letter Creakle wrote to him. It says that he is now a Middlesex Magistrate.

Traddles and Copperfield go to the prison where Creakle is working, to discover that he is very powerful. In the prison, they come across Heep and Littimer.

They find out that Heep’s last offence was fraud against the Bank of England and Littimer’s was robbery of 250 from Miss Mowcher.

 

CHAPTER 62 – A LIGHT SHINES MY WAY

Copperfield tells Agnes how much he loves her. She says that she has always loved him. They marry.

 

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