Oliver Twist - Study Guide Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

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This chapter takes us back to Mrs. Corney's house, where Mr. Bumble has been waiting for her. While she has been gone, he has helped himself to taking inventory of everything in her possession, including her small stash of money. Mrs. Corney returns, and Mr. Bumble talks to her about marriage. He tells her that the master of the workhouse is about to die, and that when he does, his job will need to be filled, leaving open the opportunity for Mr. Bumble to become the master of the workhouse, and marry Mrs. Corney and live with her. Mrs. Corney agrees and the matter is settled. But Mrs. Corney seems agitated, and Mr. Bumble inquires as to why, and she says she will tell him after they are married. On his way home, Mr. Bumble stops by Mr. Sowerberry's to make arrangements for Old Sally's funeral. Mr...

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