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  1. David Copperfield

    He also puts exclamation to good use. Another technique used by Dickens is that he prolongs the tense parts. Since we want to know what's going on, we keep reading. When David's asks Pegotty what's going on she doesn't answer the question but hesitates and plays for time. After eluding the question for so long, Pegotty breaks it out, ' ''You got a Pa.'' ' This is another good technique because we keep reading to know the truth then it just hits us in the face. It's like blowing air into a bubble and it suddenly bursts. ' ''A new one'', said Pegotty.

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