Oliver TwistBook - 2010
Portrays the adventures of poor orphan Oliver Twist in the criminal underworld of mid-nineteenth-century London.
Oxford University Press
A beautiful new edition of this much-loved classic.
When Oliver Twist asks for more food it changes his life for ever. He flees his dreary life in the workhouse
but enters a much more dangerous place - the dark streets of London. Oliver is soon in the clutches of
Fagin and his gang of pickpockets, before eventually finding a true friend. But his happiness is short-lived
as Fagin and the violent Bill Sikes are determined to drag Oliver back into a life of crime...
This wonderful tale by Charles Dickens, featuring everybody's favorite orphan, is the latest welcome addition to the Oxford Children's Classics series.
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"Rogues trains Oliver Twist to become a pickpocket, but he strives to escape from crime and the workhouse to which he is subject." (Novelist Review)
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