Oliver Twist - Study Guide Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

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This chapter goes back to finish the account of the night of the robbery. Sikes and Toby are running away, with Sikes carrying Oliver, who is slowing them down. Sikes calls for Toby to come and help. Toby hesitates and Sikes draws his gun, but Toby keeps going. Sikes lays Oliver in a ditch, when the followers get closer, and he starts to run, leaving Oliver behind. There are three men chasing them. Mr. Giles, the butler and steward of the house, is in charge. The three men stop and discuss whether to keep going after the robbers, or go home. They all agree that they are afraid, and decide to go home. The night gets cold, and Oliver still lies in the spot where Sikes left him. When morning comes, Oliver wakes feeling very weak, and in a great deal of pain. He sees a house...

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