Oliver Twist Literary Analysis

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Historical Context of Oliver Twist 1.2. Victorian Literature 1.2.1 Victorian Prose/ Novel 2. Dickens’Profile 2.1. Charles Dickens’ Style Charles Dickens is known for his fondness of the happy endings although all his works are satiric for the British bourgeoisie, social and the city of London. Add to that, he criticize some institutions such as the workhouses in Oliver Twist, the schools in Nickleby and factories system in hard times giving the most touched scenes of poverty and crime mixing between reality and fantasy (Edward 391). Dickens’ characters are very memorable ones in literature .They were created in a way people while reading have a sense of their existence because are examples from the real working class and by both giving a detailed description and some characterized features by their actions. Also, those characters are no more than his surrounded persons and some from his personal experience by tackling the theme of child labor which he did experienced it in his early age or orphanage which spread in those days. The majority of his novels were written episodically in journals then gathered in one book. This way let his readers very excited to know what will happen next. (ibid) 2.2. Insights from Dickens’ Life The need to work in an early age was the first formation for…show more content…
Girls in their earlier age were taught some basics to be responsible and etiquettes in front of their husband and to be chosen as wife. The immoral relationship between the two sexes were prohibited even while dating, holding hands or meeting each other in closed places alone was something unacceptable. However, whether in the name of love or by the force of bad social condition, women practice those sexual relationships. As a result, prostitution emerged as well as single mothers (Levin,
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