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Dodger - Chapter Two Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Two Summary

In Chapter Two, Mrs. Sharples wakes and checks out the room to make sure that Dodger has not stolen anything. She marches Dodger down to the kitchen where he asks her if he should not be allowed breakfast before he leaves. When the cook promises a bowl of porridge and piece of mutton, Dodger bursts into tears. After he eats, the cook pulls him into scullery, yelling that she plans to check to see how much he's stolen. Once there, she whispers to him that she is checking him so that the housekeeper can't claim he's stolen anything.

Once he escapes the cook, Dodger makes his way back into the sewer. He thinks to himself about what he might do if he were to find a tosheroon, a compact bundle of treasure in the sewer that would grant him enough money...

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