Oliver is shot by a servant of the house and, after Sikes escapes, is taken in by the women who live there, Mrs. When he was eleven, he was tried to be sold from the workhouse as an apprentice, but he escaped from there. In the presence of Artful Dodger, he learns about the other boys with him as trained pick-pockets. Strangely he does not wish to kill Oliver but ensnare him in a criminal world. Fagin is the agent he hires for this purpose. Before that he tells Mr Bumble clearly that he no longer fears him.
He falls into the hands of an evil thief-trainer called Fagin and his gang of petty criminals. Monks confirms what he has already declared in writing. His mother dies almost immediately after his birth. He takes a liking to Oliver even after suspecting him of stealing his handkerchief, and takes him in, doing everything he can to help him. He threatens the paupers but ends up as a pauper himself. Some would object that Oliver is simply too good to be true. The plot of the story, extremely famous and familiar to many, revolves around the life of a young orphan boy named Oliver, who embodies saint-like purity and incorruptibility.
Nancy has a midnight meeting with Rose and Brownlow on London Bridge. Limbkins is a member of the board of the workhouse. Such acts show that though he is gentle he is not a coward. Brownlow, who has been absent from London, reappears and Rose tells him Nancy's story. Mr Bumble bullies the poor and is a pompous and corrupt person. Maylie is an older lady, who despite her age is very dignified and stately.
He is about 25, has a frank and handsome face and an easy demeanor, and is deeply in love with Rose. After a few days of training, Oliver is sent on a pickpocketing mission with two other boys. Brownlow, but they find his house empty—he has moved to the West Indies. After the other boys bully Oliver into asking for more gruel at the end of a meal, Mr. With the help of Nancy's discoveries, Brownlow has learned all about the destruction of Leeford's will, the disposal of the identifying trinket that Oliver's mother possessed, and Monks's vindictive conspiracy with Fagin to destroy the innocent boy. She goes crazy when she sees Nancy's dead body.
He lets slip that a mysterious man named offered to pay him hundreds of pounds to corrupt the young boy. An unwelcome addition to the group is Bill Sikes, who is being tracked down. Noah hears everything and immediately reports his findings to Fagin. For the space of the novel we can see society from their perspective. He agrees to help the ladies try to protect Oliver. The robbers run off with the wounded Oliver but abandon him in a ditch.
Brownlow, the man whose handkerchief was stolen, takes the feverish Oliver to his home and nurses him back to health. He often mistreats, and eventually kills her. Fagin is the personification of all our childhood fears, a character who belongs to the realm of nightmares or oppressive sleeplessness. In her kindness, she takes Oliver in. His hypocrisy is also humorous. Fagin is apprehensive and furious at Oliver's rescue.
Consequently, Oliver runs away and heads for London. Snub-nosed and flat-browed he behaves like an adult. Fagin is found guilty and sentenced to be hanged. When one night Oliver asks for a second helping of gruel, for this he is sent as an apprentice to an under-taker. Oliver faces many obstacles and lives through many horrors throughout the novel. Warm wishes, Nita Thank you Ashmita. Eager to get Oliver completely in his power by thoroughly involving the child in some crime, Fagin convinces Bill Sikes to use Oliver in a major burglary that is being planned.
When he is close, he is so weak he can barely continue, and he meets another boy named , or the artful Dodger. He is addressed as a Jew by Sikes also but the appellation seems to be used only to identify him and not for any other purpose. He has a very nasal voice and also works for Toby Crackit. This again draws attention to his predatory nature. Barney Barney is the waiter at The Three Cripples. A greedy person she is worse than Mr Bumble whom she later marries.
Blathers is an officer from Bow Street, a stout man of about fifty, who comes to Mrs. Because of her suspicious behavior, Fagin then assigns the sneak to spy on her. Bumble turns Oliver's benefactor against him by grossly misrepresenting the boy's history and character. She is an orphan who is taken in by Mrs. After being abused some more, Oliver decides to set out for London on foot. They are discovered by Fagin, and Noah is employed to visit the police station to bring back information about the Dodger's indictment as a pickpocket.
As an orphan, he is at the mercy of the parish officials. Noah reports everything to Fagin, who tells Sikes, knowing full well that Sikes will kill Nancy. However, Rose Maylie talks to Mr Brown-low to talk to Nancy in order to explain the plan made by the Monk and Fa-gin. It portrays the social ill issues in the society like child labor. Nancy, one of his trusty retainers, is set on the boy's trail as the gang shifts headquarters. But Fagin and a mysterious man named Monks are set on recapturing Oliver.