"Oliver twist" - The view of fagin in historical context of the book
Charles Dickens (1812-1870) wrote the story of "Oliver Twist" which was officially published in November 1838. "Oliver Twist" was the second of his books and followed on from the highly successful publication of the Pickwick Papers. With the success of his first book, he would have been able to write about social issues of the time, assured of a wide readership due to this, and as such, the tale of Oliver Twist could be seen by some as a social commentary on the plights and conditions of late Georgian / early Victorian Britain. I will examine in this analysis what image we get of the cri…
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