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    Analysis “Oliver Twist” by Charles Dickens

    Dickens by no means ever stops criticising the workhouse and the method they dealt with orphans in the very first chapter. The very first chapter closes with ‘Oliver wept lustily. If he might have identified that he was an orphan, delegated the tender graces of church wardens and overseers, maybe he would cried the louder.’ […] More

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    Analysis of the Work “Oliver Twist” by Charles Dickens

    Introduction: Children’s social novel ‘Oliver Twist’ was written by writer Charles Dickens (1812-1870) in 1839 and is certainly one of his most popular works. As a writer within the realistic literature era where ‘Oliver Twist’ is also a work of the literature. The primary theme of this work is the poverty and social problems of […] More

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    Analysis of Dickens” use of irony, satire and humour in Oliver Twist

    There are a number of examples throughout Oliver Twist of irony, satire and humour. Although a darkish novel, there are heaps of moments of humour and a rare amount of chuckling, guffawing and knee-slapping by characters. Each of the literary techniques of humour, irony and satire, employed by Dickens assist add focus and depth on […] More

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    Analysis of Chapter from Dickens” Novel Oliver Twist

    The title of the chapter ‘Pursuit and Escape’ is a cliff-hanger itself, as a result of the title instantly provides you the impression that Bill Sikes escapes, and that’s what the whole viewers doesn’t want, so it makes it more attention-grabbing and makes folks need to learn on and discover out if Sikes does escape […] More