Janet: Character Analysis in David Copperfield

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      Janet is Miss Trotwood's youthful maid. She does everything for the lady. She looks after her house and takes care of the green patch of grass in front of her cottage. She dresses her at the time of David's marriage to Dora. She later marries a neighboring innkeeper and lives the rest of her life, it is presumed, in comparative ease. She is a pretty, blooming girl of about nineteen or twenty. She is a perfect picture of neatness.

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