Oliver Twist, one of the best known novels of Dickens is loved by its readers for its unforgettable characters, Oliver Twist and Fagin.
It is the story of an innocent boy Oliver Twist, who was born in a workhouse. Circumstances at the workhouse and later at the local undertaker's place where he joins as an apprentice, force him to flee to London city. He goes through various hardships in life and finally manages to find his family.
The novel gives an insight into the miserable condition of orphans during the nineteenth century and evokes a satire on the hypocritical bourgeois English society of Dicken’s times.
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