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Oliver has been an orphan since birth, spending most of his childhood in an orphanage with too many children and too little food.The orphanage is located about outside London.One night, after being served his portion of gruel, Oliver asks for a second help.This is unacceptable, and Oliver is sent to work as an apprentice by an undertaker.Eventually, after being abused, Oliver escapes and heads to London.But he finds himself in the presence of the Artful Dodger ( pickpocket ) who tells him to stay at the home of an "old gentleman" (called Fagin) with other guys. Oliver finds out these guys are trained pickpockets. On a field trip, Oliver sees the boys take a handkerchief from Mr. Brownlow, an elderly man, who urges Oliver to flee. The old man thinks Oliver’s the culprit and has him arrested. After finding out more about Oliver, Mr. Brownlow realizes his mistake and offers to take care of Oliver at his home.
Nancy, a prostitute and lover of one of Fagin’s men, is sent to pick up Oliver from Mr. Brownlow in Fagin. He does so successfully, and Oliver is sent on a burglary mission with another member of the group to the countryside around London. In this commission, Oliver is shot in the arm and then taken by the family (the Maylies) who tried to rob. While he is there, Fagin and a man named Monks plot to bring him back. Rose Maylie, on a trip to London with her family, meets Mr. Brownlow who talks to Nancy and explains to him what Fagin did to bring Oliver back. Unfortunately for Nancy, news of her betrayal reaches Sikes, and he beats her to death. The Maylies reunite Oliver with Mr. Brownlow, who forces Monks to explain. Oliver is informed that Monks is his half-brother and that Oliver is entitled to a large fortune. He receives his share of the money, Fagin is hanged, and the Maylies, Oliver, and Mr. Brownlow move to the countryside where they spend the rest of their days together.
Charles John Huffam Dickens was a British Victorian writer and journalist.He is considered one of the most important novelists of all time, as well as one of the most popular. Born: February 7, 1812, Landport, Portsmouth, United Kingdom Death: June 9, 1870, Gads Hill Place, UK
Oliver Twist deals with how Victorian England is treated and the effect of the Industrial Revolution. Dickens showed that many people were classicist: treated as poor as criminals. They used children to develop the economy.
Oliver Twist is a 2005 drama film directed by Roman Polanski
- First child protagonist of an English novel. - Oliver is an orphan who grew up in a workhouse from 9 to 12 years. - He was raised by criminals - Oliver is a kind-hearted, sweet, caring and innocent child
"The bad guy"
- Leader of a gang boy thieves- Tries to turn Oliver Twist in thief - and kids pick pocket for him
- A robust man in his thirties - Raised under the supervision of Fagin - Highly professional housebreaker and thief - Murder of Nancy on his conscience
- Member of Fagin's gang - Seventeen years old - Stands up for Oliver and protects him. - Gets her killed
- Takes Oliver home and takes care of him - Helped Oliver to free from Fagin's plot- Adopt Oliver eventually
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- 17 year old orphan - she is adopted by her aunts, Mrs. Maylie. - Rose takes care of Oliver - she marries Harry
- Oliver's half-brother - Wants Oliver's inheritance - Sickly, vicious
- The beadle of the parish- Likes abusing those below him - Raised Oliver in the workhouse
- A charity-boy with a fierce look- Mr. Sowerberry's apprentice- Bullies Oliver- Joins Fagin's gang
- Fagin's cleverest pickpocket - Same Age as Oliver - Finds Oliver and leads him to London
Charles Dickens' social novel addresses strong themes: - Exploitation of children in factories - Social injustice.
- Dickens' novels are full of melodrama. - Dickens, in his novels, talks about the problems of the society in which he lives. - The protagonists of his works are usually children - His novel begins in a negative way and reaches a happy ending
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Very beautiful book, i liked it a lot.I recommend it because it talks about strong themes using irony.