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OLIVER TWIST WORK

Present by:
Carlos Andres Gomez Ortiz

Grade:
11-3


English Area
Ibague
2012

OLIVER TWIST WORK

Present by:
Carlos Andres Gomez Ortiz

Present to:
RocioGrade:
11-3

Tolimense School
English Area
Ibague
2012

Table of Contents:
-Introduction
-Biography of Charles Dickens
-Chapter 1, 2 and 3
-Characters
-Conclusions
-Webgraphy-Glossary

Introduction:
In this text we are going to talk about the best book of Charles Dickens, the name of this book is “Oliver Twist” is a good history of a humble boy, this history has aimpact in the world of the literature because Dickens is very special with his books, he wrote the “Oliver Twist” in 1838, this novel is between the love of a mother for her son, and a boy whoseparents are dead and he must to be in a workhouse, is an horrible history but at the time is very fantastic and very special because the protagonist is very clever and fantastic, in this workhouse the painand the horrible abuse of the children will make an ironic history which have adventures, comedian scenes and more, so I want to you enjoy this text and start first for feel the fantastic idea fromthe protagonist of the history.

Biography of Charles Dickens:

Dickens was a English novelist, he was born in Portsmouth, England in 1812 and he died in Gads Hills Place, England in 1870, hisnovels and his histories enjoyed the popularity in the literature and have a fantastic idea in his books, Dickens wrote the best novels around the world he is better than others authors, his life changedwhen his father is arrested in the city because he don’t pay the tax, is a veridical moment for his life, when he is twelve years old he began a new history and his fantastic history was the bestbook which he make to the public .

Around of 1850 his health is in a veridical moment, and the death of his dad was a torture for him and for his family , because he loves his father , in 1845 he...
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