Oliver Twist - Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 31 Summary

The police arrive to question about the robbery. After investigating, they say that it was definitely a professional job. They meet Oliver, who has grown quite ill, and ask Giles if he is the boy who was with the robbers. Giles says he can't be sure that Oliver was the boy with the robbers, and, in fact, he thinks that it was not Oliver, after all. The police leave, and Oliver is left in the care of Mrs. Maylie

Chapter 31 Analysis

Mr. Giles attempt at self-preservation serves to be a great thing for Oliver. Without identification to connect him to the robbery, the police cannot prosecute, and Oliver can stay with the kind woman and her niece.

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