Complete Novel Oliver Twist

Complete Novel Oliver TwistHow the poorest people in society were treated the worst. This is one of the key themes in Complete Novel Oliver Twist, where we can see the failure of the workhouse system that was unable to look after the poor and lonely orphans that were in their care.📃😊

Affording An Explanation Of More Mysteries Than One, And Comprehending A Proposal Of Marriage With No Word Of Settlement Or Pin-Money

Chapter 51 The events narrated in the last chapter were yet but two days old, when Oliver found himself, at three o’clock in the afternoon, in a travelling-carriage rolling fast towards his native town. Mrs Maylie, and Rose, and Mrs Bedwin, and the good doctor were with him: and Mr Brownlow followed in a post-chaise, …

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Monks And Mr Brownlow At Length Meet. Their Conversation, And The Intelligence That Interrupts It

Chapter 49 The twilight was beginning to close in, when Mr Brownlow alighted from a hackney-coach at his own door, and knocked softly. The door being opened, a sturdy man got out of the coach and stationed himself on one side of the steps, while another man, who had been seated on the box, dismounted …

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Noah Claypole Is Employed By Fagin On A Secret Mission

Chapter 45 The old man was up, betimes, next morning, and waited impatiently for the appearance of his new associate, who after a delay that seemed interminable, at length presented himself, and commenced a voracious assault on the breakfast.‘Bolter,’ said Fagin, drawing up a chair and seating himself opposite Morris Bolter.‘Well, here I am,’ returned …

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The Time Arrives For Nancy To Redeem Her Pledge To Rose Maylie. She Fails.

Chapter 44 Adept as she was, in all the arts of cunning and dissimulation, the girl Nancy could not wholly conceal the effect which the knowledge of the step she had taken, wrought upon her mind. She remembered that both the crafty Jew and the brutal Sikes had confided to her schemes, which had been …

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Wherein Is Shown How The Artful Dodger Got Into Trouble

Chapter 43 And so it was you that was your own friend, was it?’ asked Mr Claypole, otherwise Bolter, when, by virtue of the compact entered into between them, he had removed next day to Fagin’s house. ‘Cod, I thought as much last night!’‘Every man’s his own friend, my dear,’ replied Fagin, with his most …

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An Old Acquaintance Of Oliver’s, Exhibiting Decided Marks Of Genius, Becomes A Public Character In The Metropolis

Chapter 42 Upon the night when Nancy, having lulled Mr Sikes to sleep, hurried on her self-imposed mission to Rose Maylie, there advanced towards London, by the Great North Road, two persons, upon whom it is expedient that this history should bestow some attention.They were a man and woman; or perhaps they would be better …

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Containing Fresh Discoveries, And Showing That Suprises, Like Misfortunes, Seldom Come Alone

Chapter 41 Her situation was, indeed, one of no common trial and difficulty. While she felt the most eager and burning desire to penetrate the mystery in which Oliver’s history was enveloped, she could not but hold sacred the confidence which the miserable woman with whom she had just conversed, had reposed in her, as …

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Introduces Some Respectable Characters With Whom The Reader Is Already Acquainted, And Shows How Monks And The Jew Laid Their Worthy Heads Together

Chapter 39 On the evening following that upon which the three worthies mentioned in the last chapter, disposed of their little matter of business as therein narrated, Mr William Sikes, awakening from a nap, drowsily growled forth an inquiry what time of night it was.The room in which Mr Sikes propounded this question, was not …

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Containing An Account Of What Passed Between Mr And Mrs Bumble, And Mr Monks, At Their Nocturnal Interview

Chapter 38 It was a dull, close, overcast summer evening. The clouds, which had been threatening all day, spread out in a dense and sluggish mass of vapour, already yielded large drops of rain, and seemed to presage a violent thunder-storm, when Mr and Mrs Bumble, turning out of the main street of the town, …

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In Which The Reader May Perceive A Contrast, Not Uncommon In Matrimonial Cases

Chapter 37 Mr Bumble sat in the workhouse parlour, with his eyes moodily fixed on the cheerless grate, whence, as it was summer time, no brighter gleam proceeded, than the reflection of certain sickly rays of the sun, which were sent back from its cold and shining surface. A paper fly-cage dangled from the ceiling, …

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Containing The Unsatisfactory Result Of Oliver’s Adventure; And A Conversation Of Some Importance Between Harry Maylie And Rose

Chapter 35 Containing The Unsatisfactory Result Of Oliver’s Adventure; And A Conversation Of Some Importance Between Harry Maylie And RoseWhen the inmates of the house, attracted by Oliver’s cries, hurried to the spot from which they proceeded, they found him, pale and agitated, pointing in the direction of the meadows behind the house, and scarcely …

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Contains Some Introductory Particulars Relative To A Young Gentleman Who Now Arrives Upon The Scene; And A New Adventure Which Happened To Oliver

Chapter 34 It was almost too much happiness to bear. Oliver felt stunned and stupefied by the unexpected intelligence; he could not weep, or speak, or rest. He had scarcely the power of understanding anything that had passed, until, after a long ramble in the quiet evening air, a burst of tears came to his …

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Wherein The Happiness Of Oliver And His Friends, Experiences A Sudden Check

Chapter 33 Spring flew swiftly by, and summer came. If the village had been beautiful at first it was now in the full glow and luxuriance of its richness. The great trees, which had looked shrunken and bare in the earlier months, had now burst into strong life and health; and stretching forth their green …

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Relates What Oliver’s New Visitors Thought Of Him

Chapter 30 With many loquacious assurances that they would be agreeably surprised in the aspect of the criminal, the doctor drew the young lady’s arm through one of his; and offering his disengaged hand to Mrs Maylie, led them, with much ceremony and stateliness, upstairs.‘Now,’ said the doctor, in a whisper, as he softly turned …

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Has An Introductory Account Of The Inmates Of The House, To Which Oliver Resorted

Chapter 29 In a handsome room: though its furniture had rather the air of old-fashioned comfort, than of modern elegance: there sat two ladies at a well-spread breakfast-table. Mr Giles, dressed with scrupulous care in a full suit of black, was in attendance upon them. He had taken his station some half-way between the side-board …

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Looks After Oliver, And Proceeds With His Adventures

Chapter 28 Wolves tear your throats!’ muttered Sikes, grinding his teeth. ‘I wish I was among some of you; you’d howl the hoarser for it.’As Sikes growled forth this imprecation, with the most desperate ferocity that his desperate nature was capable of, he rested the body of the wounded boy across his bended knee; and …

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Atones For The Unpoliteness Of A Former Chapter; Which Deserted A Lady, Most Unceremoniously

Chapter 27 As it would be, by no means, seemly in a humble author to keep so mighty a personage as a beadle waiting, with his back to the fire, and the skirts of his coat gathered up under his arms, until such time as it might suit his pleasure to relieve him; and as …

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In Which A Mysterious Character Appears Upon The Scene; And Many Things, Inseparable From This History, Are Done And Performed

Chapter 26 The old man had gained the street corner, before he began to recover the effect of Toby Crackit’s intelligence. He had relaxed nothing of his unusual speed; but was still pressing onward, in the same wild and disordered manner, when the sudden dashing past of a carriage: and a boisterous cry from the …

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Treats On A Very Poor Subject. But Is A Short One, And May Be Found Of Importance In This History

Chapter 24 It was no unfit messenger of death, who had disturbed the quiet of the matron’s room. Her body was bent by age; her limbs trembled with palsy; her face, distorted into a mumbling leer, resembled more the grotesque shaping of some wild pencil, than the work of Nature’s hand.Alas! How few of Nature’s …

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Which Contains The Substance Of A Pleasant Conversation Between Mr Bumble And A Lady; And Shows That Even A Beadle May Be Susceptible On Some Points

Chapter 23 The night was bitter cold. The snow lay on the ground, frozen into a hard thick crust, so that only the heaps that had drifted into byways and corners were affected by the sharp wind that howled abroad: which, as if expending increased fury on such prey as it found, caught it savagely …

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