Copperfield goes to see Dr Strong. He
tells Copperfield that he will work his hardest and he is not to give up.
Then he suggests that Copperfield might
like to work on his dictionary with him, two hours in the morning and two to
three hours in the evening, weekends off.
Traddles and Copperfield try to help Mr Dick – they
pay him to copy out his memorial - but removing all references to King Charles
the first from it. Copperfield gets a letter from Micawber through Traddles
saying that he has found a promising job. They meet him at the Gray’s Inn
Road. Micawber says that he is going to help Heep in Canterbury.
CHAPTER 37 – A LITTLE
Copperfield tries to explain to Dora that she will
have to realise that she is marrying a poor man - and she may have to look at a
cookbook. She gets worried and frightened.
38 – A DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
and Miss Murdstone tell Copperfield that
he’s not to marry Dora. The next day, Mr Spenlow is found dead after falling
off his horse and carriage – they think. They look for his will everywhere,
but realise he never made one because he is broke.