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Oliver Twist - Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 29 Summary

Mr. Giles, Mrs. Maylie, who is the lady of the house, and Rose, her niece, discuss the thief upstairs. Mr. Giles, embarrassed, fails to tell them that the thief is a child. The doctor visits Oliver and asks Rose if she wishes to see him.

Chapter 29 Analysis

Mr. Giles is not sure what to do. He has seen that the ladies of the house wish to treat the thief with compassion even if he is an adult, so he wonders what they will say to him when they realize he has shot a child. The doctor is quite amused, and wants Rose to see the thief.

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