Oliver Twist - Chapter 52 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 51 Summary

Oliver travels to finish the paperwork surrounding his inheritance. They travel to the town where Oliver was born, and Oliver points out sights along the way. He also tells Rose that he wishes to see Dick, the little boy who wished him well as he ran away, and that they should take him from the workhouse and give him a good life. They arrive at the hotel and wait until the papers are signed. Then Mr. Brownlow introduces Oliver to his brother, Monks, and they recount the story. Monks admits that Oliver is the son of his father, Edward Leeward, and Agnes Fleming, Mr. Leeward's love, and the woman he intended to marry. Monks mother and Monks had traveled to Rome when Mr. Leeward fell ill, and had removed the will and a letter that Mr. Leeward had written to Agnes. In the letter, Mr. Leeward had...

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