1book140's Reading Schedule for 'David Copperfield'

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Greetings, bookies. Today is the official first day of discussion of our March book, David Copperfield. Our conversation throughout the month will be led Matthew Kaiser, a Victorian literature professor at Harvard. He'll be tweeting from @mkaiser_dickens. We'll be following the reading schedule below, but as always, feel free to read slower or faster than the rest of the group—that's what the hashtags are for. Happy reading!

  • Week 1: chapters 1-12, with hashtag #1b140_1

  • Week 2: chapters 13-27, with hashtag #1b140_2

  • Week 3: chapters 28-46, with hashtag #1b140_3

  • Week 4: chapters 47-64, with hashtag #1b140_4
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Eleanor Barkhorn is a former senior editor at The Atlantic.

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