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Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens
One of Charles Dickens' most iconic tales, Oliver Twist follows the life of an orphan boy in London struggling to survive amidst brutal conditions. After escaping a deadend life in a workhouse, Oliver falls in with a group of young pickpockets, headed by the corrupt and exploitative Fagin. An enduring social commentary with elements of satire and dark humour, Dickens' second novel is one of the most popular ever published, having been adapted numerous times in film, theatre, television and more. It is also a compelling critique of social and economic conditions in Victorian England. Full Synopsis
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