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Charles Dickens drew on his own experiences in a children's workhouse to write this passionate satirical critique of British social conditions. Beginning with the title character's memorable plea for more food from the workhouse officer, Oliver Twist follows its hero to a den of young childhood pickpockets in London. There, Oliver has a long series of adventures and misadventures in a world populated by such memorable characters as the master pickpocket Fagin, the gentle Nancy, and the wealthy Mr. Brownlow.

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