Sun 12 January 2014, The Sunday Times

David Copperfield saved me as a boy, says Alan Johnson

By Richard Brooks
ALAN JOHNSON, the former Labour home secretary, has revealed how he wept over the death of Ham Peggotty, a tragic character in David Copperfield, by Charles Dickens, but “tears never fell for my mother” who died at around the time he was reading the book.
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