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Some other classics I enjoyed:
The Count of Monte Cristo
To give you an example of what a reader can miss with regard to a novel which could otherwise be read and thoroughly enjoyed superficially I have posted an exegeses of things I found in a Dickens book - link included below. The topic is called Observations: David Copperfield, by Charles DIckens . (May be of interest to those who have already read the novel but it contains spoilers - a warning to those who have not.) forums.onlinebookclub.org/viewtopic.php ... amp;t=9962
― Steven Wright
As well as being a finely structured novel (at 600 pages or so its still does not need an editor to go through it with a scythe) it is also a genuinely modern reading experience. We are inside the protagonist's head in a way that we have become familiar with since then, but the novel retains a freshness to that experience which I find hard to match. Given the acts that the protagonist performs over the course of the story, it is a thoroughly engaging investigation of the sinister side of the human condition.
If I have one recommendation for a reading process, it is to dive right in. Twenty pages here and thirty there will make progress wearingly slow. Read it ninety pages at a time or don't read it at all.