Oliver Twist - Study Guide Chapter 36 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 35 Summary

All the men in the house search diligently for Fagin and the other man, but they seem to have disappeared into thin air. There are no footprints or telltale signs that they have been there, leaving the men to wonder if Oliver dreamed it. But Oliver insists that it really happened, and the men continue to look even the next day. Harry professes his love to Rose. She says she cannot be with him because of the stain on her name. She cannot bear the thought of the stain affecting him and his career. Harry asks her if she might feel differently if he was not wealthy and successful, and she says yes. They agree to discuss it once more in a year. Harry decides to leave that day.

Chapter 35 Analysis

We still do not know the extent of the so-called "stain" on Rose's name...

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