Oliver Twist - Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 17 Summary

Mr. Brumble pays a visit to Mrs. Mann and explains to her that he is going to London to go to court concerning trying to transfer two sickly paupers to another parish. He pays Mrs. Mann her monthly stipend, and asks to see Dick. Dick tells Mr. Brumble to give his love to Oliver Twist. And to tell Oliver that Dick is glad that he will die young, because then he sister won't have forgotten him. Mr. Brumble and Mrs. Mann are quite offended, and believe this to be yet another case of Oliver having poisoned children of the parish. Mr. Brumble travels to London, where he sees a sign posting a reward of 5 guineas for anyone with information regarding Oliver Twist's whereabouts or history. Mr. Brumble goes to visit Mr. Brownlow, and tells Mr. Brownlow what a terrible child Oliver was when he was taken care...

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