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Oliver Twist - Chapter 25 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 24 Summary

Old Sally is very ill, and not expected to live more than a few hours. She has been in a fit, but is quiet now. Mrs. Corney is about to leave, saying that the women have dragged her here for no reason, when the woman sits upright. Old Sally tells Mrs. Corney to come near and let her whisper in her ear. She tells the other women to leave. She tells Mrs. Corney that years ago she nursed a woman who gave birth to a boy and that she stole gold from her after she died. Old Sally says that it must have been very precious to the woman, since she could have sold it for food and clothing, but had held onto it. Old Sally tells Mrs. Corney that she feels guilty that she took the gold, and did not see that the woman's child got...

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