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Social System That Generates Criminals

Summary: With the novel "Oliver Twist", Charles Dickens has successfully bring the public's attention to various contemporary social illness, including the underworld life, child labor, and the recruitment of children as criminals.
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With the novel "Oliver Twist", Charles Dickens has successfully bring the public's attention to various contemporary social illness, including the underworld life, child labor, and the recruitment of children as criminals. "Oliver Twist" is notable for its presentation of the poor and criminals as real people who has to struggle to survive. This novel also emphasizes the importance of money and the justice system that is not working for the society. One of the most interesting parts for the reader is Charles Dickens's style in presenting the criminals as human being. The author compares good and evil in this novel. It turns out that the good always win, but at the same time, the author doesn't treat the bad people as loser but rather as people who deserve sympathy.

The underworld in this novel, which is the thieves and...

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