Oliver Twist Chapter Summary

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BAB II ANALYZE 2.1. Summary of Novel Oliver Twist was the second novel of Charles Dickens. Oliver Twist is an orphan because his mother died after pregnant Oliver Twist. Oliver spends the first nine years of his life in a badly run home (parish farm) for young orphans and then transferred to a workhouse for adults. His age in the workhouse is 8 years old. In the workhouse, he must work as trade and study how to make fibers used again for the ships of her majesty’s navy. He also feels hungry in the night because he gets little food. So, during meal hours he says “please sir I want some more” to the old man. It makes the other old man angry with this boy. He brought to the court, and he released from punishment. The persecutor ordered the old man to treat him kindly because he seems to want it. After that, Mr. Bumble offers five pounds to anyone who will take the boy away from the workhouse. Finally, Mr. Bumble gives him to a new master. His new master name is Mr. Sowerberry. In the new place, he gets unfair treatment. He sleeps in coffins; Noah Claypole humiliates Oliver’s mother; Charlotte, Mrs. Sowerberry; and Noah Claypole hit and lock him in the…show more content…
The distance to London is 70 miles by walking on the road. In the middle of traveling, he finds a house. He gets scolded after visiting that house. He never gives up and he continues his journey to London. But he faints after exhaustion during the journey. He is founded by the old woman. The old woman is very nice, she gives him food. After Oliver finished the food, he continues to London. In the London, he meets Jack Dawkins in the market. Jack Dawkins is a boy who has the same age with Oliver Twist. Jack Dawkins offers him to visit his house in the London. When Oliver arrives, he meets some other boy and Fagin. Fagin is a career criminal who trains orphan boys to pick pockets for him. Fagin teaches him how to be

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