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Oliver Twist Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 50 Summary

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Chapter 49 Summary

Mr. Brownlow brings Monks to his house. Monks wants to leave, and Mr. Brownlow tells him he is free to leave, but, if he does, that he will summon the police as soon as Monks hits the streets. If Monks chooses to stay, he acknowledges that he is doing so of his own free will. Monks says he can't believe that he is being treated so by his father's oldest friend. Mr. Brownlow begins to tell Monks the story – that he has a brother. Monks says that he knows very well that he was an only child. Mr. Brownlow agrees that it is so that he was the only child of his father and mother, but that after several years, his parents separated, and his father fell in love with another woman, to whom Oliver was born. One of his father's relatives left him money, and he...

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