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Oliver Twist Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 22 Summary

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Chapter 21 Summary

Oliver and Sikes begin traveling, first walking and then catching a ride in a cart. They travel all day, and stop at a pub for dinner. Sikes strikes up a conversation with a man, who agrees to give them a ride. They ride in the man's cart for a while, and then walk a bit farther to a house, and go in.

Chapter 21 Analysis

Oliver is completely in the dark about what he and Bill are about to do, and simply remains quiet and cooperative in order to not raise Bill's ire, but he is quite afraid. Once, when they cross over a river, Oliver believes that Sikes has brought him here to murder him.

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