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Comparing Oliver Twist and Moll Flanders

Summary: Compares the plot structures of Oliver Twist and Moll Flanders as they relate to logical causation and time. Detects similarities in both title characters and debates their vulnerability.
Although both the protagonists in Oliver Twist and Moll Flanders begin with similar circumstances such as the affects of other personages upon them and their vulnerability, Moll strays from her life goals while Oliver achieves them. In Oliver Twist, all the other minor and major characters played an important role in Oliver's life and in each other's. Each individual in the story had been connected, regardless if one had been blood-related to the other or not. For instance, Fagin, although completely unrelated to Oliver, is familiar with his entire background. This encounter with Fagin is a pinnacle in Oliver's life; if he had not met Fagin, he would not have encountered Mr. Brownlow. Furthermore, although the title Oliver Twist gives off the impression that the story will mainly revolve around the character, Oliver, it really does not. The author makes a point to personify...

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