Annotations for Oliver Twist


Baker & Taylor
Born in a workhouse, Oliver Twist, an orphan, runs away from a cruel shopowner, and in London becomes involved with Fagin and his gang of young thieves

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Baker & Taylor
Dickens's classic story of the adventures of a young orphan, Oliver Twist, as he makes his way amid the perils, hardships, and poverty of Victorian London is highlighted by nine full-color plates and nearly fifty meticulously detailed line drawings.

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HARPERCOLL
Afterword by Peter Glassman. Completed in 1938 by the beloved artist of Corduroy, these superb illustrations were recently uncovered and are published for the first time in this lavish gift edition of one of Dickens's most popular novels. The memorable story of the orphan Oliver, the infamous Fagin, and his apprentice, the Artful Dodger, come vividly to life in this glorious volume. "Still grand to read aloud."--New York Times Book Review. A Books of Wonder Classic.

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