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Dodger - Chapter Five Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Five Summary

In Chapter Five, Dodger decides the best way to get more information about the coach is to see if the young lady can answer any of his questions. He thinks also of Granddad's death, and the state in which Stumpy was in when he attempted to hold up the newspaper office. Dodger feels as if he is being pulled in a different direction from this sort of life.

The next morning, Dodger goes back to the Mayhew home. In his new clothes, he notices that the police officer patrolling that street salutes him as he passes. Dodger knocks on the back door, which is opened by the maid. Mrs. Quickly, who also comes to the door, explains to Dodger that he is the talk of the house because he stopped the robber at the Chronicle office. She tells him to come...

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