Getting Through Dickensian Literature

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David Copperfield by Charles Dickens

Finished with this humongous read.
I have a little journal for all the classic reading that I do. These books have huge plots with an array of characters, and after some time it gets difficult to keep track.
So to enjoy every bit of it, I do a character mapping and make small notes when required! That just makes sure that I grasp a little more.
How do you read your classics? Do you also make notes or are you a free reader?

7 thoughts on “Getting Through Dickensian Literature

  1. This is a very cool idea! I think it would be great to use this strategy of keeping track of the characters when reading great Russian literature; much of the Russian literature I’ve read have so many characters and personalities it’s hard to keep straight.

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