Oliver Twist - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 Summary

When Oliver wakes up the next morning, he sees Fagin looking at watches and other jewelry that he has hidden. He pretends to be asleep, but Fagin catches him and asks what he has seen. Oliver admits to having seen the jewels, and Fagin tells him that it is for his old age. Fagin gives Oliver water to wash in, and the Dodger returns with Charley Bates. Fagin asks what their take was for the day, and is shown some purses and handkerchiefs they have brought home. Oliver is very vaguely led to believe that they have made them. Oliver participates in a game where the object is to remove things from Fagin's pocket unnoticed, and he proves to be very good at it. Fagin tells Oliver to make Jack and Charley his models. Fagin gives Oliver a shilling, and teaches him to take the monograms out...

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