Oliver Twist - Study Guide Chapter 48 Summary & Analysis

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Fagin is filled with hatred and with dread at the news that Noah has brought him, and he lies awake all night in thought. At daybreak, Sikes come to visit him. He asks Sikes what he would do if one of the boys, or even he, betrayed him. Sikes says he would surely kill anyone who betrayed him. With that, Fagin has Noah recount the story he has told about Nancy. Sikes, overcome with anger, runs to the door. But Fagin stops him long enough to ask Sikes not to be too violent with Nancy. Sikes goes home and calls for Nancy to come here. He is obviously very angry and Nancy asks what she has done. He tells her that she knows well what she has done, and she begs for her life. She tells Bill that she has not betrayed him, that she has tried...

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