Oliver Twist Essay | Comparison between "Stone Cold" and "Oliver Twist"

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Comparison between "Stone Cold" and "Oliver Twist"

Summary: Compares the novels " Stone Cold" by Robert Swindells and "Oliver Twist" by Charles Dickens. Considers the difference in narrative styles. Examines similarities in characters and theme.

There are many types of books. Fiction, non-fiction, diaries and fact books. Stone Cold is a book written in dual person narrative. This means that two people are telling their sides of the story in first person. Oliver Twist, however, is written in second person, so the narrator is telling a story of someone else. Both these texts have similarities and differences between them.

In Stone Cold, the word choice is very simple. We are not required to think as much when we read we book, as the words are not complicated and are easy to understand. However, in Oliver Twist, the words are much more difficult and hard to understand. In this book we are asked to concentrate harder to understand the book fully. In phrases like, `sucking their fingers most assiduously', we will have to read to...

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