Oliver Twist

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  • Hardcover
  • 239 pages
  • Oliver Twist
  • Marian Leighton
  • English
  • 11 June 2019

10 thoughts on “Oliver Twist

  1. says:

    A decent readbut nothing terribly special Even within this series, readers can do better.

  2. says:

    This book was just lying around in one of our shelves since I was a child I didn t give notice to it since I was still very young to appreciate a novel I would only glance at the illustrations but even so, I still didn t understand the story by just looking at it s illustrations I really wanted to know the story, but every time I held the book in my hands I just couldn t get myself to read it.Then the time came that I finally learned to enjoy reading novels I saw this book once then I started reading it When I was finally finished, I became speechless and I said to myself, No wonder this book was a classic It was absolutely the most heart warming story I have ever read The arrangement of the plot was fantastic and the ending was just perfect It was easy to understand and since there were some illustrations, it was much fun to read I really adore the artist who drew the illustrations since it was drawn clearly and artistically.I truly love this book An all time classic favorite.

  3. says:

    Oliver Twist was a very interesting book It had many things that interested me like action,sadness,and comedy It a book for someone who like to change their emotion during a book and not just stick to one genre This book was nice and calm It was about a young boy whose mother died while giving birth to him He lived in a workshop with many mean owners He got beatings most of the time, had no clothes, and was fed skim soup of only 1 4 of the bowl He was badly treated for asking for food to eat He was sold for 10 pounds He moved to a house where he slept with coffins and had to work all day He finally ran away to London and met a gang of robbers He once followed them and got blames for stealing a man s money When he went to court a friendly English man took Oliver in to his home He notices something about Oliver and starts to look into it He sends Oliver to deliver mail Fagin the leader of the gang Oliver was with notices him and kidnaps him He looks Oliver in a room and sends him to steal jewelry from a house That night Oliver gets shot and left in a dish If you want to find out what happens to Oliver read this book I recommend this book to all grades If you what to read check it out in the Brooklyn library.

  4. says:

    I don t know whether it s the edition that I read this in or maybe it s just me but I personally found this book kinda boring Luckily it went by quickly because there s illustrations on every 2nd page This defiantly would play out better as a movie which I ll have to watch sometime soon In the distant future I might also read this story in its original form.

  5. says:

    Oliver s Wild Adventure The mother was so young and pretty Who was she asked the doctor I dont know, replied the nurse Someone found her lying on the street last night and brought her inside She must have walked a long way because her shoes are all worn out But no one knows were she came from Charles Dickens p 9 The book Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens is a spectacular book because of the mystery There is always a problem Also the conflicts are always interesting One of the problems is that they re trying to find Oliver a home The book Oliver Twist is full of facts Poor peaople used to be treated very horribly To me the book Oliver Twist made me confused in a lot of parts because the author is making too many things happen at once The book takes place in England some of the main charactors are Oliver,Nancy,fagin,Sikes and Rose I already told you one of the problems but the other one is there trying to figure out who Oliver s family is The book is about a boy who wants to find a home and then accedentaly teams up with a pair of bad guys I have it, cried Fagin slaping Noah s knee The children Ther Mothers always send them on errands with sixspence and shrilling s All you have to do is grab the money from ther hand s knock,them down and run away Charles Dickens p 170 I would recomend this book to a kid pre teen if they like adventure.

  6. says:

    I remember when I got this book in my stocking at Christmas, along with other illustrated classics, that I wasn t very impressed with them at the time However I did read a few of them I remember reading this using the light from the floodlights that lit up the football pitch behind my house, I should have been in bed asleep Another trick of mine for reading after lights out was pretending I needed the toilet and taking my book in there and sitting on the floor to have a good read without my parents suspecting Anyways, this was one of the first over 100 pages books I read I found it slightly boring at the time Re reading now I found it slightly interesting but I can tell its been heavly edited because from seeing plays and the movie, I think it misses out quiet abit Seemed like the artful Dodger wasn t mentioned enough I think this would be a good one to read out loud to a small child A way to introduce them to Dickens The illustrations aren t great but good for breaking up the words if like when I first read this you arn t used to books without pictures Maybe I should read the offical version of this book

  7. says:

    Oliver Twist is a very hard to put down book written by Charles Dickens It starts when a boy is born in a work house His mother brought him there and died shortly after In this work house they treat the children poorly The cook gives them so little food Then one day Oliver asks him for food the cook declines and Oliver is sent to work at a coffin makers shop In less detail I am describing this treatment The coffin makers son was horribly mean to Oliver His father also is Then one day Oliver leaves the house with out word He then by himself goes to London where he finds many secrets out about his family I enjoyed this book so much it was just full of drama I would definitely recommend this book to boys in 6th grade or higher.

  8. says:

    I will not tell the story or give a regular review, since this book and movies made from it are so familiar, I will only say this I finished Oliver Twist today and liked it very much I really enjoyed it and was quite sucked in.However, I did not like the black and white view of people where good people were essentially perfect and bad people were all bad And I did not like what happened to the dog Or Nancy, but I guess that was essential to the story the other was not

  9. says:

    This was one of my favorite books growing up It is about a boy, Oliver, who is an orphan He was mistreated in a public workhouse so he ran away to London While he was in London, he fell into the hands of a gang of pick pocketers When he befriended a man who was a victim of the gang, Oliver discovered his true identity This would be a good book to read in the classroom because it introduces morals at a young age.

  10. says:

    Lydia The story was really good, but was not very well written because it was too simplified I like the Classic Starts version better.Mom I agree, the Classic Starts series is better than Great Illustrated Classics.

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