Oliver Twist - Study Guide Chapter 31 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 30 Summary

Rose visits with Oliver, and, when she sees that he is just a child, begs Mrs. Maylie not to prosecute him. Oliver tells Mrs. Maylie and Rose his entire life story, and they, and the doctor are very moved, and wish to protect him. The doctor asks Mr. Giles if he can be 100 percent sure that Oliver is the robber from the night before. He also tells Mr. Giles that he may be in trouble with the law for shooting a child.

Chapter 30 Analysis

Rose, Mrs. Maylie and the doctor need a way to keep from prosecuting Oliver. Their plan is to convince Giles that he is not sure that Oliver was really the robber. This will mean that Giles doesn't admit that Oliver is the person he shot, either. The doctor plans to try and convince Mr. Giles that this is the best approach for both...

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