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Oliver Twist

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  • Oliver Twist (Barnes & Noble) – Trade paperback (2004)
    by Charles Dickens, Jill Muller (Introduction by)

    Oliver Twist

    Trade paperback, Barnes & Noble
    2004
    English
    478 pages

    ISBN: 1593082061
    ISBN-13: 9781593082062

    Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens, is part of the Barnes & Noble Classics series, which offers quality editions at affordable prices to the student and the general reader, including new scholarship, thoughtful design, and pages of carefully crafted extras. Here are some of the remarkable features of Barnes & Noble Classics: New introductions commissioned from today's top writers and scholars Biographies of the authors Chronologies of contemporary historical, biographical, and cultural events Footnotes and endnotes Selective ... Show more

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dmrohner
by dmrohner on Mar 28, 2014

Prompt, well packaged, as offered, thank you. Prompt, well packaged, as offered, thank you.

Angelina

"Please sir, I want some more"

by Angelina on Aug 9, 2007

Oliver Twist, a rich tapestry of English society in the 1830?s, is one of Charles Dickens' s best-known and well-loved works. In the first chapters, Dickens satirizes the hypocrisy and flaws of Victorian social institutions (under the Poor Laws of 1834) including the treatment of the poor, the exploitation of the innocent, the corruption of society´s government, its laws and criminal system. Oliver Twist journeys from innocence to experience without capitulating to the evil forces that hinder his progress and, thus addresses the pervasive problem of evil in society and human nature. Dickens uses Oliver's physical torment to evoke the reader's sympathy and incite his or her awareness of society's corruption. In doing so, he unearths the problem of evil as an ever-present force that dwells not only within the supernatural underworld of Fagin and Sikes but, ironically, looms in the most unsuspecting places, even in the very institutions established to aid society's poor. In Dickens?s descriptions, the words ?neglect? and ?decay? recur insistently. He uses irony, sarcasm and biting language. Interestingly, he doesn't suggest any solutions; he merely points out the suffering inflicted by these systems and their deep injustice. Readers, who appreciate a good read, would undoubtedly agree with Oliver's famous plea, "Please sir, I want some more"

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Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens

My book is an original copy,,,#313. I would like to find how much it may be worth to a collector. It was published by JB Lippincott in 1867, copyrite by Ticknor & Fields, 1867. The book also includes Pictures From Italy and American Notes. Its hardcover, on front cover has a debossed bust of C. ... Read more

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