Oliver Twist - Study Guide Chapter 45 Summary & Analysis

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Nancy's conscience has been bothering her since she visited with Rose. She has stopped eating and has been behaving oddly. When Sunday night at 11 comes, Fagin and Sikes are talking and Sikes refuses to let Nancy go out. She protests that she only wants a breath of fresh air, and that she will be back in an hour, but Bill will not allow it. She goes into a fit, and Bill puts her in another room and restrains her. After an hour or so, she comes out and Fagin leaves. As he is leaving he tells Nancy that if Bill is too hard on her, that she can count on him. He tells Nancy that he is her true friend, and that they can talk of it again. As Fagin goes home, he devises a plan. He is convinced that Nancy is in love with someone else...

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