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Oliver Twist, A Narrative Summary

Summary: Summarizes the novel, Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens. Mentions all of the main characters and major plot points in the novel. Reveals the novel's conclusion.
As the child hero of an exaggerated novel of social protest, Oliver Twist was meant to appeal more to our emotions, than to the actual feelings. The orphan Oliver was an innocent, loving, child. He was also shy, quiet, and calm. He was raised in corrupt surroundings, until he met his aunt Rose Maylie. His mother died while giving birth to him, leaving him without food, love, and education.

Oliver was raised under Mrs. Mann and Mr. Bumble. At the orphanage he was abused, and at the age of nine he did a very bold thing in his life. He asked for more food at the workhouse. Unfortunately for Oliver that was unacceptable behavior, he was thrown out and sold to a horrible master that abused him. One of the children there named Noah wasn't very fond of Oliver. Until one day Noah ridiculed Oliver's...

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