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Oliver Twist: The Parish Boy's Progress

 By Charles Dickens

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ISBN : 9789357943567

Year of Publication : 2022

Edition : Latest Revised

No. of Pages : 440

Weight : 450 g

Language : English

Condition : New

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Oliver Twist is the story of an orphan boy who is raised in a workhouse outside London. The story tells us about the evils of the Poor House and the corrupt people. The plot revolves around the orphan who lives among criminals and finds his way to avoid being corrupted. The Oliver Twist describes the life of an unfortunate and reflects on the cruelty of contemporary society. From the workhouse to a gang of pickpockets to a kind family, Oliver goes through many twists and turns. Having sold off to Mr. Sowerberry, he flees to London on being beaten. Oliver goes to work with Jack Dawkins without knowing the nature of work and is taken to the police when mistaken for a thief. Oliver Twist strives to overcome the miserable conditions of the mid-19th century lower class and searches for his identity. Oliver -meets some other characters named the cruel Fagin, the artful Dodger and the mysterious monks. The story reflects on the travails of underprivileged children in nineteenth-century England. Dickens's sensitivity towards the dilemma of orphans and his portrayals make Oliver Twist a classic of rags-to-riches.

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