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Oliver Twist is one of the first social novels in the history of literature. Striking his readers on various social ills of the era, such as child labour or child to commit crimes. Dickens flouting the hypocrisy of their time dealing with these very serious issues with sarcasm and black humour. The novel could have been inspired by the story of Robert Blincoe, an orphan whose story on the hardness of his life as a child worker in a cotton mill was a widespread in the 1830s.

- Please, sir, I want some more.
- What?
- Oliver Twist has asked for more.
- For more!
- That boy will be hanged.
- You know you've got no father or mother, and that you were brought up by the parish?
- Yes, sir.
- You have come here to be educated, and to be taught a useful trade
- Take down the shutters
- Clear the office.
- Say your prayers.
- He, he, he... yes.
- Let the boy alone.
- Let him alone? Why, everybody's let him alone; his mother, father and all his relations has let him alone.
- So we need some more new toon.
- ... Jack Dawkins, better known as the Artful Dodger.
- Oliver twist.
- Why you're known as the Artful Doger?
- That's why.
- Oliver Twist! I've never had the honour of a more intimate acquaintance.
- Come on, Oliver, join us.
- put yourself under Fagin and you'll be able to retire and do the gen-teel.
- Police are engaged in searching for faking and William Sikes, a well-known dangerous villain.
- You know what this is.
- Fancy that! You're famous, Faging.
- Cool!
- Thank you sir for your kindness, I'll always remember it.


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