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Dodger Setting & Symbolism

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River Thames

The River Thames is the river into which the sewers of London empty. It is also into this river that many young women jump in order to kill themselves.

Fancy Two-Horse Carriage

It is from this carriage that Simplicity jumps in an attempt to get away from the people trying to take her back to her husband. Dodger later locates this coach at an embassy, scratches the words "Mr. Punch" over the coach's crest, then sets fire to the coach house.

Big, Ornate Gold Ring

Simplicity wears this ornate ring as a symbol of her marriage. Dodger later uses the ring to convince others that the body of a girl who drowned in the Thames belonged to Simplicity.

Morning Chronicle

The Morning Chronicle is the newspaper for which Charles "Charlie" Dickens works.

Slim Crowbar

A slim crowbar is the tool that Dodger carries with him to...

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