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Chapter 20 - David Copperfield by Charles Dickens - semalt

Chapter 20: STEERFORTH'S HOME. Free audiobook of Charles Dickens's "David Copperfield". Audio courtesy of Librivox.CHAPTER 20. STEERFORTH'S HOMEWhen the chambermaid tapped at my door at eight o'clock, and informed me that my shaving-water was outside, I felt severely the having no occasion for it, and blushed in my bed. The suspicion that she laughed too, when she said it, preyed upon my mind all the time I was dressing; and gave me, I was conscious, a sneaking and guilty air when I passed her on the staircase, as I was going down to breakfast. I was so sensitively aware, indeed, of being younger than I could have wished, that for some time I could not make up my mind to pass her at all, under the ignoble circumstances of the case; but, hearing her there with a broom, stood peeping out of window at King Charles on horseback, surrounded by a maze of hackney-coaches, and looking anything but regal in a drizzling rain and a dark-brown fog, until I was admonished by the waiter that the gentleman was waiting for me.It was not in the coffee-room that I found Steerforth expecting me, but in a snug private apartment, red-curtained and Turkey-carpeted, where the fire burnt bright, and a fine hot breakfast was set forth on a table covered with a clean cloth; and a cheerful miniature of the room, the fire, the breakfast, Steerforth, and all, was shining in the little round mirror over the sideboard. I was rather bashful at first, Steerforth being so self-possessed, and elegant, and superior to me in all respects (age included); but his easy patronage soon put that to rights, and made me quite at home. I could not enough admire the change he had wrought in the Golden Cross; or compare the dull forlorn state I had held yesterday, with this morning's comfort and this morning's entertainment. As to the waiter's familiarity, it was quenched as if it had never been. He attended on us, as I may say, in sackcloth and ashes.'Now, Copperfield,' said Steerforth, when we were alone, 'I should like to hear what you are doing, and where you are going, and all about you. I feel as if you were my property.' Glowing with pleasure to find that he had still this interest in me, I told him how my aunt had proposed the little expedition that I had before me, and whither it tended.'As you are in no hurry, then,' said Steerforth, 'come home with me to Highgate, and stay a day or two. You will be pleased with my mother--she is a little vain and prosy about me, but that you can forgive her--and she will be pleased with you.''I should like to be as sure of that, as you are kind enough to say you are,' I answered, smiling.'Oh!' said Steerforth, 'everyone who likes me, has a claim on her that is sure to be acknowledged.''Then I think I shall be a favourite,' said I.'Good!' said Steerforth. 'Come and prove it. We will go and see the lions for an hour or two--it's something to have a fresh fellow like you to show them to, Copperfield--and then we'll journey out to Highgate by the coach.'I could hardly believe but that I was in a dream, and that I should wake presently in number forty-four, to the solitary box in the coffee-room and the familiar waiter again. After I had written to my aunt and told her of my fortunate meeting with my admired old schoolfellow, and my acceptance of his invitation, we went out in a hackney-chariot, and saw a Panorama and some other sights, and took a walk through the Museum, where I could not help observing how much Steerforth knew, on an infinite variety of subjects, and of how little account he seemed to make his knowledge.'You'll take a high degree at college, Steerforth,' said I, 'if you have not done so already; and they will have good reason to be proud of you.''I take a degree!' cried Steerforth. 'Not I! my dear Daisy--will you mind my calling you Daisy?''Not at all!' said I.'That's a good fellow! My dear Daisy,' said Steerforth, laughing. 'I have not the least desire or intention to distinguish myself in that way. I have done quite sufficient for my purpose. I find that I am heavy company enough for myself as I am.''But the fame--' I was beginning.'You romantic Daisy!' said Steerforth, laughing still more heartily: 'why should I trouble myself, that a parcel of heavy-headed fellows may gape and hold up their hands? Let them do it at some other man. There's fame for him, and he's welcome to it.'I was abashed at having made so great a mistake, and was glad to change the subject. Fortunately it was not difficult to do, for Steerforth could always pass from one subject to another with a carelessness and lightness that were his own. -

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David Copperfield - After hours fires of passion. - semalt

Illusione di David Copperfield in cui fa comparire e poi scomparire la sua assistente in un contesto alquanto romantico.Altre illusioni di David Copperfield:Esercizi di concentrazionehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eyYEJ_...Brazillian water levitationhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJxSnd...Interludehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2b4m3G...The Big Black Boxhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Wg0r2...Slicerhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPRvKW...Teletrasporto con motociclettahttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vUnV3b...Amazon Ritualhttp://youtu.be/yfiC5hJtUpMTwisterhttp://youtu.be/LaC1BWgjnqEIl tavolo della mortehttp://youtu.be/PRMFb0QYAG0Orient Expresshttp://youtu.be/zOHzoAj55OkOrient Express (2°Parte)http://youtu.be/jssfo0vtOc0Train car vanishhttp://youtu.be/hqoQ4kSybQoFloating rosehttp://youtu.be/Z6vzW-HvSEAHeaven on the seventh floorhttp://youtu.be/jG6VrZWnI2UVideo correlati:Il mazzetto magicoPer tutti gli appassionati di giochi di prestigio viene presentato in questo video un semplice gioco eseguito con un normalissimo mazzo di 52 carte. Le carte, dopo essere state divise in tre mazzetti , vengono riunite in modo tale da trovarsi facce contro facce e dorsi contro dorsi per poi tornare nuovamente nella posizione originale.http://youtu.be/73jV0AcSZKUGioco di prestigio interattivo.Un semplice gioco di prestigio in cui sarò in grado di indovinare la carta che avrai solamente pensato. Non ci credi ? Allora provaci e vedrai :)http://youtu.be/bc8koyBhPWQhttp://www.angolodeimisteri.altervist... -

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David Copperfield: Discover The Magic Of Stamps - semalt

In October of 2000, legendary illusionist, David Copperfield gave a free performance at New York's Grand Central Station in celebration of the first ever postal tribute to the art of magic. Copperfield was honored with the issuance of postage stamps from four different nations. Also honored were early magicians Harry Houdini, Harry Kellar and Howard Thurston. This clip is the footage of Copperfield's performance, the postal ceremony and some resulting news coverage. -

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David Copperfield By Charles Dickens 49 56 - semalt

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David Copperfield: NOW YOU SEE ME 2 - semalt

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The Copperfield Ensemble: Isambard Kingdom Brunel. LIVE - semalt

The Copperfield Ensemble: Isambard Kingdom Brunel. LIVE: Recorder at The Battle of the Bands heat 3. CEP win palce in the final.From the depths of the Captain's Attic, hidden in the Victorian underworld of 1888, came a band of artisans, villains and ne'er-do-wells. Armed with strings, keys, a shovel and a time machine they journeyed to the 21st century. Collectively, they became known as The Copperfield Ensemble. 'The CogFathers of Steampunk'This is their journey. You may also follow them here:http://www.copperfieldensemble.comhttps://www.facebook.com/TheCopperfie... -

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Paky Copperfield! Magia con le carte!!! hahahahha! - semalt

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David Copperfield Floating Over the Grand Canyon.mp4 - semalt

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Just before the broadcast of the Copperfield Special 15 Years of Magic in 1992. Mark Mcewen joined David for a tour of the "Warehouse" and a chat about magic. Thanks to Mark Luedyke for sharing this with us! -

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Chapter 52 - David Copperfield by Charles Dickens - semalt

Chapter 52: I ASSIST AT AN EXPLOSION. Free audiobook of Charles Dickens's "David Copperfield". Audio courtesy of Librivox.CHAPTER 52. I ASSIST AT AN EXPLOSIONWhen the time Mr. Micawber had appointed so mysteriously, was within four-and-twenty hours of being come, my aunt and I consulted how we should proceed; for my aunt was very unwilling to leave Dora. Ah! how easily I carried Dora up and down stairs, now!We were disposed, notwithstanding Mr. Micawber's stipulation for my aunt's attendance, to arrange that she should stay at home, and be represented by Mr. Dick and me. In short, we had resolved to take this course, when Dora again unsettled us by declaring that she never would forgive herself, and never would forgive her bad boy, if my aunt remained behind, on any pretence.'I won't speak to you,' said Dora, shaking her curls at my aunt. 'I'll be disagreeable! I'll make Jip bark at you all day. I shall be sure that you really are a cross old thing, if you don't go!''Tut, Blossom!' laughed my aunt. 'You know you can't do without me!''Yes, I can,' said Dora. 'You are no use to me at all. You never run up and down stairs for me, all day long. You never sit and tell me stories about Doady, when his shoes were worn out, and he was covered with dust--oh, what a poor little mite of a fellow! You never do anything at all to please me, do you, dear?' Dora made haste to kiss my aunt, and say, 'Yes, you do! I'm only joking!'-lest my aunt should think she really meant it.'But, aunt,' said Dora, coaxingly, 'now listen. You must go. I shall tease you, 'till you let me have my own way about it. I shall lead my naughty boy such a life, if he don't make you go. I shall make myself so disagreeable--and so will Jip! You'll wish you had gone, like a good thing, for ever and ever so long, if you don't go. Besides,' said Dora, putting back her hair, and looking wonderingly at my aunt and me, 'why shouldn't you both go? I am not very ill indeed. Am I?''Why, what a question!' cried my aunt.'What a fancy!' said I.'Yes! I know I am a silly little thing!' said Dora, slowly looking from one of us to the other, and then putting up her pretty lips to kiss us as she lay upon her couch. 'Well, then, you must both go, or I shall not believe you; and then I shall cry!'I saw, in my aunt's face, that she began to give way now, and Dora brightened again, as she saw it too.'You'll come back with so much to tell me, that it'll take at least a week to make me understand!' said Dora. 'Because I know I shan't understand, for a length of time, if there's any business in it. And there's sure to be some business in it! If there's anything to add up, besides, I don't know when I shall make it out; and my bad boy will look so miserable all the time. There! Now you'll go, won't you? You'll only be gone one night, and Jip will take care of me while you are gone. Doady will carry me upstairs before you go, and I won't come down again till you come back; and you shall take Agnes a dreadfully scolding letter from me, because she has never been to see us!'We agreed, without any more consultation, that we would both go, and that Dora was a little Impostor, who feigned to be rather unwell, because she liked to be petted. She was greatly pleased, and very merry; and we four, that is to say, my aunt, Mr. Dick, Traddles, and I, went down to Canterbury by the Dover mail that night.At the hotel where Mr. Micawber had requested us to await him, which we got into, with some trouble, in the middle of the night, I found a letter, importing that he would appear in the morning punctually at half past nine. After which, we went shivering, at that uncomfortable hour, to our respective beds, through various close passages; which smelt as if they had been steeped, for ages, in a solution of soup and stables.Early in the morning, I sauntered through the dear old tranquil streets, and again mingled with the shadows of the venerable gateways and churches. The rooks were sailing about the cathedral towers; and the towers themselves, overlooking many a long unaltered mile of the rich country and its pleasant streams, were cutting the bright morning air, as if there were no such thing as change on earth. Yet the bells, when they sounded, told me sorrowfully of change in everything; told me of their own age, and my pretty Dora's youth; and of the many, never old, who had lived and loved and died, while the reverberations of the bells had hummed through the rusty armour of the Black Prince hanging up within, and, motes upon the deep of Time, had lost themselves in air, as circles do in water.I looked at the old house from the corner of the street, but did not go nearer to it, lest, being observed, I might unwittingly do any harm to the design I had come to aid. The early sun was striking edgewise on its gables and lattice-windows, touching them with gold; and some beams of its old peace seemed to touch my heart. -

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David Copperfield teaches you a Magic Trick! - semalt

Magician David Copperfield surprising Wall Street Journal host Lee Hawkins with this wicked illusion, and shows how it is done. Join us on Facebook here: http://www.fb.com/MagiqueMagicianscheck out our website here: http://www.magique.com.auThanks for watching, feel free to SUBSCRIBE to our channel for regular illusion videos. -

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Copperfield Place | The Sims 4 House Building - semalt

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Chapter 19 - David Copperfield by Charles Dickens - semalt

Chapter 19: I LOOK ABOUT ME, AND MAKE A DISCOVERY. Free audiobook of Charles Dickens's "David Copperfield". Audio courtesy of Librivox.CHAPTER 19. I LOOK ABOUT ME, AND MAKE A DISCOVERYI am doubtful whether I was at heart glad or sorry, when my school-days drew to an end, and the time came for my leaving Doctor Strong's. I had been very happy there, I had a great attachment for the Doctor, and I was eminent and distinguished in that little world. For these reasons I was sorry to go; but for other reasons, unsubstantial enough, I was glad. Misty ideas of being a young man at my own disposal, of the importance attaching to a young man at his own disposal, of the wonderful things to be seen and done by that magnificent animal, and the wonderful effects he could not fail to make upon society, lured me away. So powerful were these visionary considerations in my boyish mind, that I seem, according to my present way of thinking, to have left school without natural regret. The separation has not made the impression on me, that other separations have. I try in vain to recall how I felt about it, and what its circumstances were; but it is not momentous in my recollection. I suppose the opening prospect confused me. I know that my juvenile experiences went for little or nothing then; and that life was more like a great fairy story, which I was just about to begin to read, than anything else.My aunt and I had held many grave deliberations on the calling to which I should be devoted. For a year or more I had endeavoured to find a satisfactory answer to her often-repeated question, 'What I would like to be?' But I had no particular liking, that I could discover, for anything. If I could have been inspired with a knowledge of the science of navigation, taken the command of a fast-sailing expedition, and gone round the world on a triumphant voyage of discovery, I think I might have considered myself completely suited. But, in the absence of any such miraculous provision, my desire was to apply myself to some pursuit that would not lie too heavily upon her purse; and to do my duty in it, whatever it might be.Mr. Dick had regularly assisted at our councils, with a meditative and sage demeanour. He never made a suggestion but once; and on that occasion (I don't know what put it in his head), he suddenly proposed that I should be 'a Brazier'. My aunt received this proposal so very ungraciously, that he never ventured on a second; but ever afterwards confined himself to looking watchfully at her for her suggestions, and rattling his money.'Trot, I tell you what, my dear,' said my aunt, one morning in the Christmas season when I left school: 'as this knotty point is still unsettled, and as we must not make a mistake in our decision if we can help it, I think we had better take a little breathing-time. In the meanwhile, you must try to look at it from a new point of view, and not as a schoolboy.''I will, aunt.''It has occurred to me,' pursued my aunt, 'that a little change, and a glimpse of life out of doors, may be useful in helping you to know your own mind, and form a cooler judgement. Suppose you were to go down into the old part of the country again, for instance, and see that--that out-of-the-way woman with the savagest of names,' said my aunt, rubbing her nose, for she could never thoroughly forgive Peggotty for being so called.'Of all things in the world, aunt, I should like it best!''Well,' said my aunt, 'that's lucky, for I should like it too. But it's natural and rational that you should like it. And I am very well persuaded that whatever you do, Trot, will always be natural and rational.''I hope so, aunt.''Your sister, Betsey Trotwood,' said my aunt, 'would have been as natural and rational a girl as ever breathed. You'll be worthy of her, won't you?''I hope I shall be worthy of YOU, aunt. That will be enough for me.''It's a mercy that poor dear baby of a mother of yours didn't live,' said my aunt, looking at me approvingly, 'or she'd have been so vain of her boy by this time, that her soft little head would have been completely turned, if there was anything of it left to turn.' (My aunt always excused any weakness of her own in my behalf, by transferring it in this way to my poor mother.) 'Bless me, Trotwood, how you do remind me of her!''Pleasantly, I hope, aunt?' said I.'He's as like her, Dick,' said my aunt, emphatically, 'he's as like her, as she was that afternoon before she began to fret--bless my heart, he's as like her, as he can look at me out of his two eyes!''Is he indeed?' said Mr. Dick.'And he's like David, too,' said my aunt, decisively.'He is very like David!' said Mr. Dick. -

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The Copperfield Ensemble: The Unfortunate Rake. LIVE! - semalt

The Copperfield Ensemble: The Cogfathers Of Steampunk perform The Unfortunate Rake. LIVERecorded at The Battle of the Bands 2014 - heat winners.From the depths of the Captain's Attic, hidden in the Victorian underworld of 1888, came a band of artisans, villains and ne'er-do-wells. Armed with strings, keys, a shovel and a time machine they journeyed to the 21st century. Collectively, they became known as The Copperfield Ensemble. 'The CogFathers of Steampunk'This is their journey. You may also follow them here:http://www.copperfieldensemble.comhttps://www.facebook.com/TheCopperfie... -

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Chapter 16 - David Copperfield by Charles Dickens - semalt

Chapter 16: I AM A NEW BOY IN MORE SENSES THAN ONE. Free audiobook of Charles Dickens's "David Copperfield". Audio courtesy of Librivox.CHAPTER 16. I AM A NEW BOY IN MORE SENSES THAN ONENext morning, after breakfast, I entered on school life again. I went, accompanied by Mr. Wickfield, to the scene of my future studies--a grave building in a courtyard, with a learned air about it that seemed very well suited to the stray rooks and jackdaws who came down from the Cathedral towers to walk with a clerkly bearing on the grass-plot--and was introduced to my new master, Doctor Strong.Doctor Strong looked almost as rusty, to my thinking, as the tall iron rails and gates outside the house; and almost as stiff and heavy as the great stone urns that flanked them, and were set up, on the top of the red-brick wall, at regular distances all round the court, like sublimated skittles, for Time to play at. He was in his library (I mean Doctor Strong was), with his clothes not particularly well brushed, and his hair not particularly well combed; his knee-smalls unbraced; his long black gaiters unbuttoned; and his shoes yawning like two caverns on the hearth-rug. Turning upon me a lustreless eye, that reminded me of a long-forgotten blind old horse who once used to crop the grass, and tumble over the graves, in Blunderstone churchyard, he said he was glad to see me: and then he gave me his hand; which I didn't know what to do with, as it did nothing for itself.But, sitting at work, not far from Doctor Strong, was a very pretty young lady--whom he called Annie, and who was his daughter, I supposed--who got me out of my difficulty by kneeling down to put Doctor Strong's shoes on, and button his gaiters, which she did with great cheerfulness and quickness. When she had finished, and we were going out to the schoolroom, I was much surprised to hear Mr. Wickfield, in bidding her good morning, address her as 'Mrs. Strong'; and I was wondering could she be Doctor Strong's son's wife, or could she be Mrs. Doctor Strong, when Doctor Strong himself unconsciously enlightened me.'By the by, Wickfield,' he said, stopping in a passage with his hand on my shoulder; 'you have not found any suitable provision for my wife's cousin yet?''No,' said Mr. Wickfield. 'No. Not yet.''I could wish it done as soon as it can be done, Wickfield,' said Doctor Strong, 'for Jack Maldon is needy, and idle; and of those two bad things, worse things sometimes come. What does Doctor Watts say,' he added, looking at me, and moving his head to the time of his quotation, '"Satan finds some mischief still, for idle hands to do."''Egad, Doctor,' returned Mr. Wickfield, 'if Doctor Watts knew mankind, he might have written, with as much truth, "Satan finds some mischief still, for busy hands to do." The busy people achieve their full share of mischief in the world, you may rely upon it. What have the people been about, who have been the busiest in getting money, and in getting power, this century or two? No mischief?''Jack Maldon will never be very busy in getting either, I expect,' said Doctor Strong, rubbing his chin thoughtfully.'Perhaps not,' said Mr. Wickfield; 'and you bring me back to the question, with an apology for digressing. No, I have not been able to dispose of Mr. Jack Maldon yet. I believe,' he said this with some hesitation, 'I penetrate your motive, and it makes the thing more difficult.''My motive,' returned Doctor Strong, 'is to make some suitable provision for a cousin, and an old playfellow, of Annie's.''Yes, I know,' said Mr. Wickfield; 'at home or abroad.''Aye!' replied the Doctor, apparently wondering why he emphasized those words so much. 'At home or abroad.''Your own expression, you know,' said Mr. Wickfield. 'Or abroad.''Surely,' the Doctor answered. 'Surely. One or other.''One or other? Have you no choice?' asked Mr. Wickfield.'No,' returned the Doctor.'No?' with astonishment.'Not the least.''No motive,' said Mr. Wickfield, 'for meaning abroad, and not at home?''No,' returned the Doctor.'I am bound to believe you, and of course I do believe you,' said Mr. Wickfield. 'It might have simplified my office very much, if I had known it before. But I confess I entertained another impression.'Doctor Strong regarded him with a puzzled and doubting look, which almost immediately subsided into a smile that gave me great encouragement; for it was full of amiability and sweetness, and there was a simplicity in it, and indeed in his whole manner, when the studious, pondering frost upon it was got through, very attractive and hopeful to a young scholar like me. Repeating 'no', and 'not the least', and other short assurances to the same purport, Doctor Strong jogged on before us, at a queer, uneven pace; and we followed: Mr. Wickfield, looking grave, I observed, and shaking his head to himself, without knowing that I saw him. -

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In August 2012 I was in Las Vegas as part of a USA holiday and networking trip. I was fortunate enough to be speaking with Mr Davids Copperfields manager and asked if she could pass my details on for an informal interview. Possibly the worlds greatest magician of all time along side Houdini. I highly recommend you check out his website www.dcoppefield.com and in particular his project called project magic. "My 3 ps are passion, persistence and preparation - David Copperfield" -

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Chapter 39: WICKFIELD AND HEEP. Free audiobook of Charles Dickens's "David Copperfield". Audio courtesy of Librivox.CHAPTER 39. WICKFIELD AND HEEPMy aunt, beginning, I imagine, to be made seriously uncomfortable by my prolonged dejection, made a pretence of being anxious that I should go to Dover, to see that all was working well at the cottage, which was let; and to conclude an agreement, with the same tenant, for a longer term of occupation. Janet was drafted into the service of Mrs. Strong, where I saw her every day. She had been undecided, on leaving Dover, whether or no to give the finishing touch to that renunciation of mankind in which she had been educated, by marrying a pilot; but she decided against that venture. Not so much for the sake of principle, I believe, as because she happened not to like him.Although it required an effort to leave Miss Mills, I fell rather willingly into my aunt's pretence, as a means of enabling me to pass a few tranquil hours with Agnes. I consulted the good Doctor relative to an absence of three days; and the Doctor wishing me to take that relaxation,--he wished me to take more; but my energy could not bear that,--I made up my mind to go.As to the Commons, I had no great occasion to be particular about my duties in that quarter. To say the truth, we were getting in no very good odour among the tip-top proctors, and were rapidly sliding down to but a doubtful position. The business had been indifferent under Mr. jorkins, before Mr. Spenlow's time; and although it had been quickened by the infusion of new blood, and by the display which Mr. Spenlow made, still it was not established on a sufficiently strong basis to bear, without being shaken, such a blow as the sudden loss of its active manager. It fell off very much. Mr. jorkins, notwithstanding his reputation in the firm, was an easy-going, incapable sort of man, whose reputation out of doors was not calculated to back it up. I was turned over to him now, and when I saw him take his snuff and let the business go, I regretted my aunt's thousand pounds more than ever.But this was not the worst of it. There were a number of hangers-on and outsiders about the Commons, who, without being proctors themselves, dabbled in common-form business, and got it done by real proctors, who lent their names in consideration of a share in the spoil;--and there were a good many of these too. As our house now wanted business on any terms, we joined this noble band; and threw out lures to the hangers-on and outsiders, to bring their business to us. Marriage licences and small probates were what we all looked for, and what paid us best; and the competition for these ran very high indeed. Kidnappers and inveiglers were planted in all the avenues of entrance to the Commons, with instructions to do their utmost to cut off all persons in mourning, and all gentlemen with anything bashful in their appearance, and entice them to the offices in which their respective employers were interested; which instructions were so well observed, that I myself, before I was known by sight, was twice hustled into the premises of our principal opponent. The conflicting interests of these touting gentlemen being of a nature to irritate their feelings, personal collisions took place; and the Commons was even scandalized by our principal inveigler (who had formerly been in the wine trade, and afterwards in the sworn brokery line) walking about for some days with a black eye. Any one of these scouts used to think nothing of politely assisting an old lady in black out of a vehicle, killing any proctor whom she inquired for, representing his employer as the lawful successor and representative of that proctor, and bearing the old lady off (sometimes greatly affected) to his employer's office. Many captives were brought to me in this way. As to marriage licences, the competition rose to such a pitch, that a shy gentleman in want of one, had nothing to do but submit himself to the first inveigler, or be fought for, and become the prey of the strongest. One of our clerks, who was an outsider, used, in the height of this contest, to sit with his hat on, that he might be ready to rush out and swear before a surrogate any victim who was brought in. The system of inveigling continues, I believe, to this day. The last time I was in the Commons, a civil able-bodied person in a white apron pounced out upon me from a doorway, and whispering the word 'Marriage-licence' in my ear, was with great difficulty prevented from taking me up in his arms and lifting me into a proctor's. From this digression, let me proceed to Dover. -

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Chapter 22: SOME OLD SCENES, AND SOME NEW PEOPLE. Free audiobook of Charles Dickens's "David Copperfield". Audio courtesy of Librivox.CHAPTER 22. SOME OLD SCENES, AND SOME NEW PEOPLESteerforth and I stayed for more than a fortnight in that part of the country. We were very much together, I need not say; but occasionally we were asunder for some hours at a time. He was a good sailor, and I was but an indifferent one; and when he went out boating with Mr. Peggotty, which was a favourite amusement of his, I generally remained ashore. My occupation of Peggotty's spare-room put a constraint upon me, from which he was free: for, knowing how assiduously she attended on Mr. Barkis all day, I did not like to remain out late at night; whereas Steerforth, lying at the Inn, had nothing to consult but his own humour. Thus it came about, that I heard of his making little treats for the fishermen at Mr. Peggotty's house of call, 'The Willing Mind', after I was in bed, and of his being afloat, wrapped in fishermen's clothes, whole moonlight nights, and coming back when the morning tide was at flood. By this time, however, I knew that his restless nature and bold spirits delighted to find a vent in rough toil and hard weather, as in any other means of excitement that presented itself freshly to him; so none of his proceedings surprised me.Another cause of our being sometimes apart, was, that I had naturally an interest in going over to Blunderstone, and revisiting the old familiar scenes of my childhood; while Steerforth, after being there once, had naturally no great interest in going there again. Hence, on three or four days that I can at once recall, we went our several ways after an early breakfast, and met again at a late dinner. I had no idea how he employed his time in the interval, beyond a general knowledge that he was very popular in the place, and had twenty means of actively diverting himself where another man might not have found one.For my own part, my occupation in my solitary pilgrimages was to recall every yard of the old road as I went along it, and to haunt the old spots, of which I never tired. I haunted them, as my memory had often done, and lingered among them as my younger thoughts had lingered when I was far away. The grave beneath the tree, where both my parents lay--on which I had looked out, when it was my father's only, with such curious feelings of compassion, and by which I had stood, so desolate, when it was opened to receive my pretty mother and her baby--the grave which Peggotty's own faithful care had ever since kept neat, and made a garden of, I walked near, by the hour. It lay a little off the churchyard path, in a quiet corner, not so far removed but I could read the names upon the stone as I walked to and fro, startled by the sound of the church-bell when it struck the hour, for it was like a departed voice to me. My reflections at these times were always associated with the figure I was to make in life, and the distinguished things I was to do. My echoing footsteps went to no other tune, but were as constant to that as if I had come home to build my castles in the air at a living mother's side.There were great changes in my old home. The ragged nests, so long deserted by the rooks, were gone; and the trees were lopped and topped out of their remembered shapes. The garden had run wild, and half the windows of the house were shut up. It was occupied, but only by a poor lunatic gentleman, and the people who took care of him. He was always sitting at my little window, looking out into the churchyard; and I wondered whether his rambling thoughts ever went upon any of the fancies that used to occupy mine, on the rosy mornings when I peeped out of that same little window in my night-clothes, and saw the sheep quietly feeding in the light of the rising sun.Our old neighbours, Mr. and Mrs. Grayper, were gone to South America, and the rain had made its way through the roof of their empty house, and stained the outer walls. Mr. Chillip was married again to a tall, raw-boned, high-nosed wife; and they had a weazen little baby, with a heavy head that it couldn't hold up, and two weak staring eyes, with which it seemed to be always wondering why it had ever been born. -

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Chapter 7: My 'First Half' at Salem House. Free audiobook of Charles Dickens's "David Copperfield". Audio courtesy of Librivox.CHAPTER 7. MY 'FIRST HALF' AT SALEM HOUSESchool began in earnest next day. A profound impression was made upon me, I remember, by the roar of voices in the schoolroom suddenly becoming hushed as death when Mr. Creakle entered after breakfast, and stood in the doorway looking round upon us like a giant in a story-book surveying his captives.Tungay stood at Mr. Creakle's elbow. He had no occasion, I thought, to cry out 'Silence!' so ferociously, for the boys were all struck speechless and motionless.Mr. Creakle was seen to speak, and Tungay was heard, to this effect.'Now, boys, this is a new half. Take care what you're about, in this new half. Come fresh up to the lessons, I advise you, for I come fresh up to the punishment. I won't flinch. It will be of no use your rubbing yourselves; you won't rub the marks out that I shall give you. Now get to work, every boy!'When this dreadful exordium was over, and Tungay had stumped out again, Mr. Creakle came to where I sat, and told me that if I were famous for biting, he was famous for biting, too. He then showed me the cane, and asked me what I thought of THAT, for a tooth? Was it a sharp tooth, hey? Was it a double tooth, hey? Had it a deep prong, hey? Did it bite, hey? Did it bite? At every question he gave me a fleshy cut with it that made me writhe; so I was very soon made free of Salem House (as Steerforth said), and was very soon in tears also.Not that I mean to say these were special marks of distinction, which only I received. On the contrary, a large majority of the boys (especially the smaller ones) were visited with similar instances of notice, as Mr. Creakle made the round of the schoolroom. Half the establishment was writhing and crying, before the day's work began; and how much of it had writhed and cried before the day's work was over, I am really afraid to recollect, lest I should seem to exaggerate.I should think there never can have been a man who enjoyed his profession more than Mr. Creakle did. He had a delight in cutting at the boys, which was like the satisfaction of a craving appetite. I am confident that he couldn't resist a chubby boy, especially; that there was a fascination in such a subject, which made him restless in his mind, until he had scored and marked him for the day. I was chubby myself, and ought to know. I am sure when I think of the fellow now, my blood rises against him with the disinterested indignation I should feel if I could have known all about him without having ever been in his power; but it rises hotly, because I know him to have been an incapable brute, who had no more right to be possessed of the great trust he held, than to be Lord High Admiral, or Commander-in-Chief--in either of which capacities it is probable that he would have done infinitely less mischief.Miserable little propitiators of a remorseless Idol, how abject we were to him! What a launch in life I think it now, on looking back, to be so mean and servile to a man of such parts and pretensions!Here I sit at the desk again, watching his eye--humbly watching his eye, as he rules a ciphering-book for another victim whose hands have just been flattened by that identical ruler, and who is trying to wipe the sting out with a pocket-handkerchief. I have plenty to do. I don't watch his eye in idleness, but because I am morbidly attracted to it, in a dread desire to know what he will do next, and whether it will be my turn to suffer, or somebody else's. A lane of small boys beyond me, with the same interest in his eye, watch it too. I think he knows it, though he pretends he don't. He makes dreadful mouths as he rules the ciphering-book; and now he throws his eye sideways down our lane, and we all droop over our books and tremble. A moment afterwards we are again eyeing him. An unhappy culprit, found guilty of imperfect exercise, approaches at his command. The culprit falters excuses, and professes a determination to do better tomorrow. Mr. Creakle cuts a joke before he beats him, and we laugh at it,--miserable little dogs, we laugh, with our visages as white as ashes, and our hearts sinking into our boots.Here I sit at the desk again, on a drowsy summer afternoon. A buzz and hum go up around me, as if the boys were so many bluebottles. A cloggy sensation of the lukewarm fat of meat is upon me (we dined an hour or two ago), and my head is as heavy as so much lead. I would give the world to go to sleep. I sit with my eye on Mr. Creakle, blinking at him like a young owl; when sleep overpowers me for a minute, he still looms through my slumber, ruling those ciphering-books, until he softly comes behind me and wakes me to plainer perception of him, with a red ridge across my back. -

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Uitzending: 21-04-2001Showprogramma rond illusionist David Copperfield waarin hijzijn nieuwste stunt de "Tornado of fire" zal uitvoeren,voorafgegaan door een show met illusionistische trucs.Kijkers kunnen tijdens deze uitzending meedingen naar eenreis met Copperfield naar hun droombestemming. Presentatie:Hans Kazan. Hans Kazan bezoekt de locatie waar de spectaculaire act zalplaatsvinden, hij volgt de voorbereidingen, praat metbetrokkenen, vertelt Copperfields levensverhaal adhv foto's(jeugdjaren, met zijn ouders, met topmodel Claudia Schiffer)en archiefmateriaal van enkele van zijn grootste stunts enheeft een interview met hem voor en na de act. -

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Olá pessoal no vídeo de hoje vamos dar início ao mais novo projeto no canal: Lendo David Copperfield (Charles Dickens).- Playlist: Lendo Christine: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...- Playlist: Lendo Desejo Proibido: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...- Página do canal no Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/LendoeQuerendoQuer falar comigo:Email; lendoequerendo@gmail.comObrigado pela participação. -

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Joshua Jay: "The Magic Shop" for David Copperfield - semalt

Imagine my surprise when my childhood hero, David Copperfield, called to ask if I could collaborate on a video celebrating brick and mortar magic shops, in celebration of David's new retrospective at the New York Historical Society. Here is the result, which is playing on loop at the museum all summer long. Thanks to Reuben Moreland for the production! -

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Chapter 44 - David Copperfield by Charles Dickens - semalt

Chapter 44: OUR HOUSEKEEPING. Free audiobook of Charles Dickens's "David Copperfield". Audio courtesy of Librivox.CHAPTER 44. OUR HOUSEKEEPINGIt was a strange condition of things, the honeymoon being over, and the bridesmaids gone home, when I found myself sitting down in my own small house with Dora; quite thrown out of employment, as I may say, in respect of the delicious old occupation of making love.It seemed such an extraordinary thing to have Dora always there. It was so unaccountable not to be obliged to go out to see her, not to have any occasion to be tormenting myself about her, not to have to write to her, not to be scheming and devising opportunities of being alone with her. Sometimes of an evening, when I looked up from my writing, and saw her seated opposite, I would lean back in my chair, and think how queer it was that there we were, alone together as a matter of course--nobody's business any more--all the romance of our engagement put away upon a shelf, to rust--no one to please but one another--one another to please, for life.When there was a debate, and I was kept out very late, it seemed so strange to me, as I was walking home, to think that Dora was at home! It was such a wonderful thing, at first, to have her coming softly down to talk to me as I ate my supper. It was such a stupendous thing to know for certain that she put her hair in papers. It was altogether such an astonishing event to see her do it!I doubt whether two young birds could have known less about keeping house, than I and my pretty Dora did. We had a servant, of course. She kept house for us. I have still a latent belief that she must have been Mrs. Crupp's daughter in disguise, we had such an awful time of it with Mary Anne.Her name was Paragon. Her nature was represented to us, when we engaged her, as being feebly expressed in her name. She had a written character, as large as a proclamation; and, according to this document, could do everything of a domestic nature that ever I heard of, and a great many things that I never did hear of. She was a woman in the prime of life; of a severe countenance; and subject (particularly in the arms) to a sort of perpetual measles or fiery rash. She had a cousin in the Life-Guards, with such long legs that he looked like the afternoon shadow of somebody else. His shell-jacket was as much too little for him as he was too big for the premises. He made the cottage smaller than it need have been, by being so very much out of proportion to it. Besides which, the walls were not thick, and, whenever he passed the evening at our house, we always knew of it by hearing one continual growl in the kitchen.Our treasure was warranted sober and honest. I am therefore willing to believe that she was in a fit when we found her under the boiler; and that the deficient tea-spoons were attributable to the dustman.But she preyed upon our minds dreadfully. We felt our inexperience, and were unable to help ourselves. We should have been at her mercy, if she had had any; but she was a remorseless woman, and had none. She was the cause of our first little quarrel.'My dearest life,' I said one day to Dora, 'do you think Mary Anne has any idea of time?''Why, Doady?' inquired Dora, looking up, innocently, from her drawing.'My love, because it's five, and we were to have dined at four.'Dora glanced wistfully at the clock, and hinted that she thought it was too fast.'On the contrary, my love,' said I, referring to my watch, 'it's a few minutes too slow.'My little wife came and sat upon my knee, to coax me to be quiet, and drew a line with her pencil down the middle of my nose; but I couldn't dine off that, though it was very agreeable.'Don't you think, my dear,' said I, 'it would be better for you to remonstrate with Mary Anne?''Oh no, please! I couldn't, Doady!' said Dora.'Why not, my love?' I gently asked.'Oh, because I am such a little goose,' said Dora, 'and she knows I am!'I thought this sentiment so incompatible with the establishment of any system of check on Mary Anne, that I frowned a little.'Oh, what ugly wrinkles in my bad boy's forehead!' said Dora, and still being on my knee, she traced them with her pencil; putting it to her rosy lips to make it mark blacker, and working at my forehead with a quaint little mockery of being industrious, that quite delighted me in spite of myself.'There's a good child,' said Dora, 'it makes its face so much prettier to laugh.' 'But, my love,' said I.'No, no! please!' cried Dora, with a kiss, 'don't be a naughty Blue Beard! Don't be serious!''My precious wife,' said I, 'we must be serious sometimes. Come! Sit down on this chair, close beside me! Give me the pencil! There! Now let us talk sensibly. You know, dear'; what a little hand it was to hold, and what a tiny wedding-ring it was to see! 'You know, my love, it is not exactly comfortable to have to go out without one's dinner. Now, is it?' -

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David Copperfield and the Woman Beside Me - semalt

I went to see David Copperfield perform. This is what I have to say.Thanks to the people who submitted ideas on Facebook telling me what the elephants should be doing in those drawings.Theme song by:http://www.youtube.com/chudnovskyhttp://www.facebook.com/thewinekonehttp://www.twitter.com/thewinekonehttp://www.thinkingoflaughing.com -

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Chapter 15 - David Copperfield by Charles Dickens - semalt

Chapter 15: I MAKE ANOTHER BEGINNING. Free audiobook of Charles Dickens's "David Copperfield". Audio courtesy of Librivox.CHAPTER 15. I MAKE ANOTHER BEGINNINGMr. Dick and I soon became the best of friends, and very often, when his day's work was done, went out together to fly the great kite. Every day of his life he had a long sitting at the Memorial, which never made the least progress, however hard he laboured, for King Charles the First always strayed into it, sooner or later, and then it was thrown aside, and another one begun. The patience and hope with which he bore these perpetual disappointments, the mild perception he had that there was something wrong about King Charles the First, the feeble efforts he made to keep him out, and the certainty with which he came in, and tumbled the Memorial out of all shape, made a deep impression on me. What Mr. Dick supposed would come of the Memorial, if it were completed; where he thought it was to go, or what he thought it was to do; he knew no more than anybody else, I believe. Nor was it at all necessary that he should trouble himself with such questions, for if anything were certain under the sun, it was certain that the Memorial never would be finished. It was quite an affecting sight, I used to think, to see him with the kite when it was up a great height in the air. What he had told me, in his room, about his belief in its disseminating the statements pasted on it, which were nothing but old leaves of abortive Memorials, might have been a fancy with him sometimes; but not when he was out, looking up at the kite in the sky, and feeling it pull and tug at his hand. He never looked so serene as he did then. I used to fancy, as I sat by him of an evening, on a green slope, and saw him watch the kite high in the quiet air, that it lifted his mind out of its confusion, and bore it (such was my boyish thought) into the skies. As he wound the string in and it came lower and lower down out of the beautiful light, until it fluttered to the ground, and lay there like a dead thing, he seemed to wake gradually out of a dream; and I remember to have seen him take it up, and look about him in a lost way, as if they had both come down together, so that I pitied him with all my heart.While I advanced in friendship and intimacy with Mr. Dick, I did not go backward in the favour of his staunch friend, my aunt. She took so kindly to me, that, in the course of a few weeks, she shortened my adopted name of Trotwood into Trot; and even encouraged me to hope, that if I went on as I had begun, I might take equal rank in her affections with my sister Betsey Trotwood.'Trot,' said my aunt one evening, when the backgammon-board was placed as usual for herself and Mr. Dick, 'we must not forget your education.'This was my only subject of anxiety, and I felt quite delighted by her referring to it.'Should you like to go to school at Canterbury?' said my aunt.I replied that I should like it very much, as it was so near her.'Good,' said my aunt. 'Should you like to go tomorrow?'Being already no stranger to the general rapidity of my aunt's evolutions, I was not surprised by the suddenness of the proposal, and said: 'Yes.''Good,' said my aunt again. 'Janet, hire the grey pony and chaise tomorrow morning at ten o'clock, and pack up Master Trotwood's clothes tonight.'I was greatly elated by these orders; but my heart smote me for my selfishness, when I witnessed their effect on Mr. Dick, who was so low-spirited at the prospect of our separation, and played so ill in consequence, that my aunt, after giving him several admonitory raps on the knuckles with her dice-box, shut up the board, and declined to play with him any more. But, on hearing from my aunt that I should sometimes come over on a Saturday, and that he could sometimes come and see me on a Wednesday, he revived; and vowed to make another kite for those occasions, of proportions greatly surpassing the present one. In the morning he was downhearted again, and would have sustained himself by giving me all the money he had in his possession, gold and silver too, if my aunt had not interposed, and limited the gift to five shillings, which, at his earnest petition, were afterwards increased to ten. We parted at the garden-gate in a most affectionate manner, and Mr. Dick did not go into the house until my aunt had driven me out of sight of it.My aunt, who was perfectly indifferent to public opinion, drove the grey pony through Dover in a masterly manner; sitting high and stiff like a state coachman, keeping a steady eye upon him wherever he went, and making a point of not letting him have his own way in any respect. When we came into the country road, she permitted him to relax a little, however; and looking at me down in a valley of cushion by her side, asked me whether I was happy?'Very happy indeed, thank you, aunt,' I said. -

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Chapter 27 - David Copperfield by Charles Dickens - semalt

Chapter 27: TOMMY TRADDLES. Free audiobook of Charles Dickens's "David Copperfield". Audio courtesy of Librivox.CHAPTER 27. TOMMY TRADDLESIt may have been in consequence of Mrs. Crupp's advice, and, perhaps, for no better reason than because there was a certain similarity in the sound of the word skittles and Traddles, that it came into my head, next day, to go and look after Traddles. The time he had mentioned was more than out, and he lived in a little street near the Veterinary College at Camden Town, which was principally tenanted, as one of our clerks who lived in that direction informed me, by gentlemen students, who bought live donkeys, and made experiments on those quadrupeds in their private apartments. Having obtained from this clerk a direction to the academic grove in question, I set out, the same afternoon, to visit my old schoolfellow.I found that the street was not as desirable a one as I could have wished it to be, for the sake of Traddles. The inhabitants appeared to have a propensity to throw any little trifles they were not in want of, into the road: which not only made it rank and sloppy, but untidy too, on account of the cabbage-leaves. The refuse was not wholly vegetable either, for I myself saw a shoe, a doubled-up saucepan, a black bonnet, and an umbrella, in various stages of decomposition, as I was looking out for the number I wanted.The general air of the place reminded me forcibly of the days when I lived with Mr. and Mrs. Micawber. An indescribable character of faded gentility that attached to the house I sought, and made it unlike all the other houses in the street--though they were all built on one monotonous pattern, and looked like the early copies of a blundering boy who was learning to make houses, and had not yet got out of his cramped brick-and-mortar pothooks--reminded me still more of Mr. and Mrs. Micawber. Happening to arrive at the door as it was opened to the afternoon milkman, I was reminded of Mr. and Mrs. Micawber more forcibly yet.'Now,' said the milkman to a very youthful servant girl. 'Has that there little bill of mine been heerd on?''Oh, master says he'll attend to it immediate,' was the reply.'Because,' said the milkman, going on as if he had received no answer, and speaking, as I judged from his tone, rather for the edification of somebody within the house, than of the youthful servant--an impression which was strengthened by his manner of glaring down the passage--'because that there little bill has been running so long, that I begin to believe it's run away altogether, and never won't be heerd of. Now, I'm not a going to stand it, you know!' said the milkman, still throwing his voice into the house, and glaring down the passage.As to his dealing in the mild article of milk, by the by, there never was a greater anomaly. His deportment would have been fierce in a butcher or a brandy-merchant.The voice of the youthful servant became faint, but she seemed to me, from the action of her lips, again to murmur that it would be attended to immediate.'I tell you what,' said the milkman, looking hard at her for the first time, and taking her by the chin, 'are you fond of milk?''Yes, I likes it,' she replied. 'Good,' said the milkman. 'Then you won't have none tomorrow. D'ye hear? Not a fragment of milk you won't have tomorrow.'I thought she seemed, upon the whole, relieved by the prospect of having any today. The milkman, after shaking his head at her darkly, released her chin, and with anything rather than good-will opened his can, and deposited the usual quantity in the family jug. This done, he went away, muttering, and uttered the cry of his trade next door, in a vindictive shriek.'Does Mr. Traddles live here?' I then inquired.A mysterious voice from the end of the passage replied 'Yes.' Upon which the youthful servant replied 'Yes.''Is he at home?' said I.Again the mysterious voice replied in the affirmative, and again the servant echoed it. Upon this, I walked in, and in pursuance of the servant's directions walked upstairs; conscious, as I passed the back parlour-door, that I was surveyed by a mysterious eye, probably belonging to the mysterious voice. -

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David Copperfield- Squeeze Box (Shrinking Illusion) 2017 - semalt

"The Magic of David Copperfield XIV: Flying Live The Dream"A Copperfield classic where he shrinks himself down to just 12 inches long, performed on his 14th annual special "The Magic of David Copperfield XIV: Live The Dream", performed to a Big Pig song called "Nation".David Copperfield is the greatest & most famous illusionist of all time, who from his very early shows on & even now has consistently amazed the world. Witness the magic of a man who made a seven ton learjet airplane vanish, made the Statue of Liberty Disappear, floated over the Grand Canyon, walked through The Great Wall of China, escaped from Alcatraz, confronted the mystery of The Bermuda Triangle, escaped from an imploding building, escaped from Niagara Falls, has sawed HIMSELF in half as opposed to the traditional "Sawing A Woman In Half" in the infamous "Death Saw", made an Orient Express train car disappear, conquered human flight by floating above audience members without the aid of wings, strings, or camera tricks in his most famous levitation illusion called "Flying" that is considered his "greatest illusion of all time", escaped from a straitjacket ten stories in the air, survived being inside of a "Tornado of Fire", & in his live shows, has filled thousands of theaters with snow, made thousands disappear in his equally famous "Thirteen" illusion, & his most famous illusion, "Portal", in the ultimate teleportation, where he transports himself & a lady from the audience from the stage, to a beach on Hawaii on an island in the middle of nowhere, yet still continues to make his mark in pop culture with his many tv & movie appearances, with tv shows such as "Late Night With David Letterman", "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno", "The Arsenio Hall Show, "Oprah", & most recently "America's Got Talent", & movie cameos on "Terror Train" with Jamie Lee Curtis, & "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone" with Steve Carel, as well as continuing to evolve his magic by the constant creation of new illusions.David can be seen live & up close year round at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas in his very own "David Copperfield Theater", formerly knows as Hollywood Theater, in his latest new show "Live The Impossible", which is sure to capture the imaginations of children as well as adults, by first materializing on stage out of no where on his Harley, known as "The Motorcycle Shadow Box", & later introduces to to his childhood toy dinosaur that he calls "Frank", & to a little blue magical alien named "Atilla". He also performs classics such as "The Squeeze Box", also known as "The Shrink Box", living his grandfather's dream of predicting & winning the lottery & making his dream car appear, & some funny magic with his magical partner, Webster The Duck, in a kid favorite called "Slo Mo Duck", which is one that totally goes "over the head", & is one that leaves you wanting him to "do it again", which he in fact does, but again in slow motion, where all will be revealed, & a classic close up piece that had been a staple of his show for years, where he transforms a simple piece of paper into a paper rose, than into a REAL rose in "The Floating Rose". By using a mixture of music, storytelling, romance, lighting & choreography, close-up magic AND grand illusion, Copperfield creates the ultimate live theater experience for his fans, leaving them feeling full of wonder.& you can enjoy David's magic in the comfort of your own home, with his "Illusion" DVD, which features "15 Years of Magic", which includes "The Best of David Copperfield" where he is interviewed by Claudia Schiffer at his secret warehouse and features a compilation of all of his most famous illusions, such as The Learjet Vanish, The Death Saw, Fires of Passion, The Statue of Liberty Disappears & more, & bonus features such as television trailers, bonus clips, & audio commentary with David Copperfield.To this day people ask "How did he make the Statue of Liberty disappear?", along with many other illusions that even The Masked Magician has yet to figure out the secrets to & expose on tv. Through his many CBS TV specials, & world tours in his live show, he continues to amaze the world. So sit back, relax, & enjoy his magic & escapes, right in your own home right here on The David Copperfield Channel.Also, if you are a fan, you MUST see his live show at least once, so be sure to get tickets on your next Las Vegas vacation & witness, the one, the only, "The Magic of David Copperfield" -

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Chapter 12 - David Copperfield by Charles Dickens - semalt

Chapter 12: LIKING LIFE ON MY OWN ACCOUNT NO BETTER, I FORM A GREAT RESOLUTION. Free audiobook of Charles Dickens's "David Copperfield". Audio courtesy of Librivox.CHAPTER 12. LIKING LIFE ON MY OWN ACCOUNT NO BETTER, I FORM A GREAT RESOLUTIONIn due time, Mr. Micawber's petition was ripe for hearing; and that gentleman was ordered to be discharged under the Act, to my great joy. His creditors were not implacable; and Mrs. Micawber informed me that even the revengeful boot-maker had declared in open court that he bore him no malice, but that when money was owing to him he liked to be paid. He said he thought it was human nature.Mr. Micawber returned to the King's Bench when his case was over, as some fees were to be settled, and some formalities observed, before he could be actually released. The club received him with transport, and held an harmonic meeting that evening in his honour; while Mrs. Micawber and I had a lamb's fry in private, surrounded by the sleeping family.'On such an occasion I will give you, Master Copperfield,' said Mrs. Micawber, 'in a little more flip,' for we had been having some already, 'the memory of my papa and mama.''Are they dead, ma'am?' I inquired, after drinking the toast in a wine-glass.'My mama departed this life,' said Mrs. Micawber, 'before Mr. Micawber's difficulties commenced, or at least before they became pressing. My papa lived to bail Mr. Micawber several times, and then expired, regretted by a numerous circle.'Mrs. Micawber shook her head, and dropped a pious tear upon the twin who happened to be in hand.As I could hardly hope for a more favourable opportunity of putting a question in which I had a near interest, I said to Mrs. Micawber:'May I ask, ma'am, what you and Mr. Micawber intend to do, now that Mr. Micawber is out of his difficulties, and at liberty? Have you settled yet?''My family,' said Mrs. Micawber, who always said those two words with an air, though I never could discover who came under the denomination, 'my family are of opinion that Mr. Micawber should quit London, and exert his talents in the country. Mr. Micawber is a man of great talent, Master Copperfield.'I said I was sure of that.'Of great talent,' repeated Mrs. Micawber. 'My family are of opinion, that, with a little interest, something might be done for a man of his ability in the Custom House. The influence of my family being local, it is their wish that Mr. Micawber should go down to Plymouth. They think it indispensable that he should be upon the spot.''That he may be ready?' I suggested.'Exactly,' returned Mrs. Micawber. 'That he may be ready--in case of anything turning up.''And do you go too, ma'am?'The events of the day, in combination with the twins, if not with the flip, had made Mrs. Micawber hysterical, and she shed tears as she replied:'I never will desert Mr. Micawber. Mr. Micawber may have concealed his difficulties from me in the first instance, but his sanguine temper may have led him to expect that he would overcome them. The pearl necklace and bracelets which I inherited from mama, have been disposed of for less than half their value; and the set of coral, which was the wedding gift of my papa, has been actually thrown away for nothing. But I never will desert Mr. Micawber. No!' cried Mrs. Micawber, more affected than before, 'I never will do it! It's of no use asking me!'I felt quite uncomfortable--as if Mrs. Micawber supposed I had asked her to do anything of the sort!--and sat looking at her in alarm.'Mr. Micawber has his faults. I do not deny that he is improvident. I do not deny that he has kept me in the dark as to his resources and his liabilities both,' she went on, looking at the wall; 'but I never will desert Mr. Micawber!'Mrs. Micawber having now raised her voice into a perfect scream, I was so frightened that I ran off to the club-room, and disturbed Mr. Micawber in the act of presiding at a long table, and leading the chorus of Gee up, Dobbin, Gee ho, Dobbin, Gee up, Dobbin, Gee up, and gee ho--o--o!with the tidings that Mrs. Micawber was in an alarming state, upon which he immediately burst into tears, and came away with me with his waistcoat full of the heads and tails of shrimps, of which he had been partaking.'Emma, my angel!' cried Mr. Micawber, running into the room; 'what is the matter?''I never will desert you, Micawber!' she exclaimed.'My life!' said Mr. Micawber, taking her in his arms. 'I am perfectly aware of it.''He is the parent of my children! He is the father of my twins! He is the husband of my affections,' cried Mrs. Micawber, struggling; 'and I ne--ver--will--desert Mr. Micawber!' -

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Entrevista de Verónica Castro a David Copperfield - semalt

Entrevista de Verónica Castro a David Copperfield realizada en el programa Noche a noche de 1980.www.verovision.net -

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The Copperfield Ensemble: Seduction By Moonlight. LIVE - semalt

The Copperfield Ensemble: Seduction By Moonlight. LIVEAt Battle of the Bands Heat 3 Winners.From the depths of the Captain's Attic, hidden in the Victorian underworld of 1888, came a band of artisans, villains and ne'er-do-wells. Armed with strings, keys, a shovel and a time machine they journeyed to the 21st century. Collectively, they became known as The Copperfield Ensemble. 'The CogFathers of Steampunk'This is their journey. You may also follow them here:http://www.copperfieldensemble.comhttps://www.facebook.com/TheCopperfie... -

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[ERB Remix] David Copperfield vs Harry Houdini - semalt

[ERB Remix By TheAnimazzable]Original : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVTwg...Instrumental by : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jdl9B...Acapella: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1pmFH... -

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Copperfield - Stil got the blues for you - semalt

De laatste kermisavond van 2015 had Cornerhouse Geleen de band Copperfield om die avond te spelen. Hier is hun versie van Gary Moore's Stil got the blues for you. -

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David Copperfield by Charles Dickens (Ch41-48) - semalt

This video Contains David Copperfield by Charles Dickens and in this video we will learn after chapter 40. -

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Chapter 53 - David Copperfield by Charles Dickens - semalt

Chapter 53: ANOTHER RETROSPECT. Free audiobook of Charles Dickens's "David Copperfield". Audio courtesy of Librivox.CHAPTER 53. ANOTHER RETROSPECTI must pause yet once again. O, my child-wife, there is a figure in the moving crowd before my memory, quiet and still, saying in its innocent love and childish beauty, Stop to think of me--turn to look upon the Little Blossom, as it flutters to the ground!I do. All else grows dim, and fades away. I am again with Dora, in our cottage. I do not know how long she has been ill. I am so used to it in feeling, that I cannot count the time. It is not really long, in weeks or months; but, in my usage and experience, it is a weary, weary while.They have left off telling me to 'wait a few days more'. I have begun to fear, remotely, that the day may never shine, when I shall see my child-wife running in the sunlight with her old friend Jip.He is, as it were suddenly, grown very old. It may be that he misses in his mistress, something that enlivened him and made him younger; but he mopes, and his sight is weak, and his limbs are feeble, and my aunt is sorry that he objects to her no more, but creeps near her as he lies on Dora's bed--she sitting at the bedside--and mildly licks her hand.Dora lies smiling on us, and is beautiful, and utters no hasty or complaining word. She says that we are very good to her; that her dear old careful boy is tiring himself out, she knows; that my aunt has no sleep, yet is always wakeful, active, and kind. Sometimes, the little bird-like ladies come to see her; and then we talk about our wedding-day, and all that happy time.What a strange rest and pause in my life there seems to be--and in all life, within doors and without--when I sit in the quiet, shaded, orderly room, with the blue eyes of my child-wife turned towards me, and her little fingers twining round my hand! Many and many an hour I sit thus; but, of all those times, three times come the freshest on my mind.It is morning; and Dora, made so trim by my aunt's hands, shows me how her pretty hair will curl upon the pillow yet, an how long and bright it is, and how she likes to have it loosely gathered in that net she wears.'Not that I am vain of it, now, you mocking boy,' she says, when I smile; 'but because you used to say you thought it so beautiful; and because, when I first began to think about you, I used to peep in the glass, and wonder whether you would like very much to have a lock of it. Oh what a foolish fellow you were, Doady, when I gave you one!''That was on the day when you were painting the flowers I had given you, Dora, and when I told you how much in love I was.''Ah! but I didn't like to tell you,' says Dora, 'then, how I had cried over them, because I believed you really liked me! When I can run about again as I used to do, Doady, let us go and see those places where we were such a silly couple, shall we? And take some of the old walks? And not forget poor papa?''Yes, we will, and have some happy days. So you must make haste to get well, my dear.''Oh, I shall soon do that! I am so much better, you don't know!'It is evening; and I sit in the same chair, by the same bed, with the same face turned towards me. We have been silent, and there is a smile upon her face. I have ceased to carry my light burden up and down stairs now. She lies here all the day.'Doady!''My dear Dora!''You won't think what I am going to say, unreasonable, after what you told me, such a little while ago, of Mr. Wickfield's not being well? I want to see Agnes. Very much I want to see her.''I will write to her, my dear.''Will you?''Directly.''What a good, kind boy! Doady, take me on your arm. Indeed, my dear, it's not a whim. It's not a foolish fancy. I want, very much indeed, to see her!''I am certain of it. I have only to tell her so, and she is sure to come.''You are very lonely when you go downstairs, now?' Dora whispers, with her arm about my neck.'How can I be otherwise, my own love, when I see your empty chair?''My empty chair!' She clings to me for a little while, in silence. 'And you really miss me, Doady?' looking up, and brightly smiling. 'Even poor, giddy, stupid me?''My heart, who is there upon earth that I could miss so much?''Oh, husband! I am so glad, yet so sorry!' creeping closer to me, and folding me in both her arms. She laughs and sobs, and then is quiet, and quite happy.'Quite!' she says. 'Only give Agnes my dear love, and tell her that I want very, very, much to see her; and I have nothing left to wish for.''Except to get well again, Dora.''Ah, Doady! Sometimes I think--you know I always was a silly little thing!--that that will never be!''Don't say so, Dora! Dearest love, don't think so!''I won't, if I can help it, Doady. But I am very happy; though my dear boy is so lonely by himself, before his child-wife's empty chair!' -

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David Copperfield Pencil Penetration Misled Magic Trick - semalt

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♣︎ DAVID COPPERFIELD ¿CÓMO LO HIZO? | ♣︎ Carlos Luviano ♣︎ - semalt

♣︎♣︎♣︎♣︎♣︎ ¡Ábreme es IMPORTANTE! ♣︎♣︎♣︎♣︎♣︎ 😉 🎩No olvides darle like si te gustó HERRRRRRMAGO! Me AYUDA más de lo que crees!!! SON MIS PILAS PARA TU VIDEO DIARIO!!! 🔋🎥🗓Comenta IDEAS para videos…CONGRESO DE MAGIA EN MONTERREY MÉXICO:Fecha: 4, 5 y 6 de Agosto del 2017Link a su página en Facebook: https://goo.gl/iDq0yW¿QUIERES VER MI SHOW?SHOW 27 de MAYO DEL 2017 (CDMX):Venta de boletos por inbox en Facebook: https://goo.gl/dy6D2KDirección en mapas: https://goo.gl/DhLPKBHora: 7:00 PMDAVID COPPERFIELD:Rosa flotante: https://goo.gl/8yUbRYEntrevista:https://goo.gl/yRFxDo🆑Mensaje de Carlos Luviano 🆑:☟☟☟HERRRRMAGO!!! Sígueme en mis otras redes sociales! Subo contenido diferente!! ☟☟☟Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/magoluviano/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/magoluviano/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/magiaviral/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/magoluvianoTwitter: https://twitter.com/MagoLuvianoSnapchat: magoluvianoMúsica: epidemicsound.com¿Con qué grabo?Cámaras: Mavic ProCanon 70D - Lentes: 50mm 10-18mm 18-135mm 55-250mmSony FDR AX-53 GoPro Hero4 BlackMicrófonos:Rode RodeLink Wireless FilmmakerSHURE VP83 LensHopper¿Con qué edito?Final Cut Pro XPhotoshop -

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David Copperfield de Charles Dickens, emitida en 25 capítulos por TVE, en diciembre de 1969, dirigida por Juan Guerrero Zamora, e interpretada por Paco Valladares, Mercedes Prendes, Manuel Dicenta, Elisa Ramírez, Lola Herrera, Pedro Sempson, Víctor Valverde, Ana María Noé, José María Escuer, Luis Morris, Fernando Cebrián, Tony Soler. -

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Chapter 60 - David Copperfield by Charles Dickens - semalt

Chapter 60: AGNES. Free audiobook of Charles Dickens's "David Copperfield". Audio courtesy of Librivox.CHAPTER 60. AGNESMy aunt and I, when we were left alone, talked far into the night. How the emigrants never wrote home, otherwise than cheerfully and hopefully; how Mr. Micawber had actually remitted divers small sums of money, on account of those 'pecuniary liabilities', in reference to which he had been so business-like as between man and man; how Janet, returning into my aunt's service when she came back to Dover, had finally carried out her renunciation of mankind by entering into wedlock with a thriving tavern-keeper; and how my aunt had finally set her seal on the same great principle, by aiding and abetting the bride, and crowning the marriage-ceremony with her presence; were among our topics--already more or less familiar to me through the letters I had had. Mr. Dick, as usual, was not forgotten. My aunt informed me how he incessantly occupied himself in copying everything he could lay his hands on, and kept King Charles the First at a respectful distance by that semblance of employment; how it was one of the main joys and rewards of her life that he was free and happy, instead of pining in monotonous restraint; and how (as a novel general conclusion) nobody but she could ever fully know what he was.'And when, Trot,' said my aunt, patting the back of my hand, as we sat in our old way before the fire, 'when are you going over to Canterbury?''I shall get a horse, and ride over tomorrow morning, aunt, unless you will go with me?''No!' said my aunt, in her short abrupt way. 'I mean to stay where I am.'Then, I should ride, I said. I could not have come through Canterbury today without stopping, if I had been coming to anyone but her.She was pleased, but answered, 'Tut, Trot; MY old bones would have kept till tomorrow!' and softly patted my hand again, as I sat looking thoughtfully at the fire.Thoughtfully, for I could not be here once more, and so near Agnes, without the revival of those regrets with which I had so long been occupied. Softened regrets they might be, teaching me what I had failed to learn when my younger life was all before me, but not the less regrets. 'Oh, Trot,' I seemed to hear my aunt say once more; and I understood her better now--'Blind, blind, blind!'We both kept silence for some minutes. When I raised my eyes, I found that she was steadily observant of me. Perhaps she had followed the current of my mind; for it seemed to me an easy one to track now, wilful as it had been once.'You will find her father a white-haired old man,' said my aunt, 'though a better man in all other respects--a reclaimed man. Neither will you find him measuring all human interests, and joys, and sorrows, with his one poor little inch-rule now. Trust me, child, such things must shrink very much, before they can be measured off in that way.''Indeed they must,' said I.'You will find her,' pursued my aunt, 'as good, as beautiful, as earnest, as disinterested, as she has always been. If I knew higher praise, Trot, I would bestow it on her.'There was no higher praise for her; no higher reproach for me. Oh, how had I strayed so far away!'If she trains the young girls whom she has about her, to be like herself,' said my aunt, earnest even to the filling of her eyes with tears, 'Heaven knows, her life will be well employed! Useful and happy, as she said that day! How could she be otherwise than useful and happy!''Has Agnes any--' I was thinking aloud, rather than speaking.'Well? Hey? Any what?' said my aunt, sharply.'Any lover,' said I.'A score,' cried my aunt, with a kind of indignant pride. 'She might have married twenty times, my dear, since you have been gone!''No doubt,' said I. 'No doubt. But has she any lover who is worthy of her? Agnes could care for no other.'My aunt sat musing for a little while, with her chin upon her hand. Slowly raising her eyes to mine, she said:'I suspect she has an attachment, Trot.''A prosperous one?' said I.'Trot,' returned my aunt gravely, 'I can't say. I have no right to tell you even so much. She has never confided it to me, but I suspect it.'She looked so attentively and anxiously at me (I even saw her tremble), that I felt now, more than ever, that she had followed my late thoughts. I summoned all the resolutions I had made, in all those many days and nights, and all those many conflicts of my heart.'If it should be so,' I began, 'and I hope it is-''I don't know that it is,' said my aunt curtly. 'You must not be ruled by my suspicions. You must keep them secret. They are very slight, perhaps. I have no right to speak.''If it should be so,' I repeated, 'Agnes will tell me at her own good time. A sister to whom I have confided so much, aunt, will not be reluctant to confide in me.' -

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Magic-Gatto - Trucco di carte David Copperfield - semalt

Anche se il trucco si capisce... Dai un'occhiata!TRUCCO SVELATO: Le carte, alla seconda volta sono tutte diverse! -

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