Oliver Twist - Study Guide Chapter 33 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 32 Summary

Oliver grows strong and well being attended by Rose and Mrs. Maylie. He explains to them that he would like to go see Mr. Brownlow, to thank him for his kindness. Mrs. Maylie has him driven to Mr. Brownlow's house, only to find that Mr. Brownlow has gone to the West Indies. Oliver, Mrs. Maylie and Rose go to the country for the spring, where Oliver thrives. He gets tutoring, learns to garden, helps out around the house, and plays in the fresh air.

Chapter 32 Analysis

This chapter is significant because it shows that Oliver has not changed. All of Fagin's attempts to brainwash Oliver have failed. He is still a sweet and honest child, who remembers those who have been kind to him, and wishes to thank them and let them know that he is ok.

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