Miss Julia Mills: Character Analysis in David Copperfield

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      Miss Julia Mills is a bosom friend of Dora Spenlow. She is comparatively stricken in years, almost twenty. Having been unhappy in a misplaced affection, and being understood to have retired from the world, she is still able to take a calm interest in the unlighted hopes and loves of youth. It is she who promotes the love of David and Dora. David makes the declaration of his passion to Dora at her house and they do engagement there. She used to forward David's love letters to Dora. She did whatever she could help David and Dora in their love.

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