Oliver Twist

Charles Dickens

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Charles Dickens (1812 -1870), geboren in Landport bei Portsea, begann seine schriftstellerische Karriere als Gerichtsreporter. Seine liebevollen Schilderungen menschlicher Schwächen, sein Kosmos skurriler und schrulliger englischer »Originale« und die satirische Anprangerung sozialer Mißstände machten ihn bereits zu Lebzeiten zu einem der beliebtesten Romanciers der Weltliteratur.

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Erscheinungsdatum 18.07.2016
Verlag Fantom Films Limited
Sprache Englisch
EAN 9781781961803

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    • Among their other public buildings, most towns have a workhouse
    1. Among their other public buildings, most towns have a workhouse
    2. The evening arrived; the boys took their places.
    3. Oliver had been at the undertaker's some three weeks...
    4. The journey took him nearly a week.
    5. It was late next morning when Oliver awoke
    6. For many days, Oliver remained in Fagin's room
    7. Meanwhile, back at Fagin's den
    8. Oliver was tended with all Mrs. Bedwin's care
    9. At length they turned into a very filthy narrow street
    10. Fagin locked him in the room, alone, for many days
    11. It was a chill, damp, windy night
    12. Bill and Oliver woke the next day at half-past five
    13. The night was bitter cold
    14. Fagin stopped to hear no more
    15. He had reached the corner of his own street
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    • And now we can return to Oliver Twist
    1. And now we can return to Oliver Twist
    2. While they sat quietly, a gig drove up to the garden-gate
    3. Spring flew swiftly by, and summers came
    4. Not many weeks later
    5. On the next evening, monks went to Fagin's house
    6. After a sleepless and anxious night...
    7. It was nearly two hours before day-break
    8. The twilight was beginning to close in
    9. Monks drew his breath yet more freely
    10. In the borough of Southwark stands Jacob's Island
    11. Some two days after these events, Oliver was travelling in a coach
    12. 'The will,' said Mr. Brownlow, as Oliver's tears fell fast...
    13. The fortunes of those who have figured in this tale are nearly closed
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    • Chapter 10
    1. Chapter 10
    2. This was all done in a minute's space...
    3. Chapter 11
    4. The office was a front parlour, with a panelled wall.
    5. At this point of the inquiry, Oliver raised his head...
    6. Chapter 12
    7. It had been bright day for hours...
    8. Oliver know not the cause of this sudden exclamation...
    9. Chapter 13
    10. After swallowing two or three glasses of spirits...
    11. While these, and many other encomiums...
    12. Chapter 14
    13. Thus encouraged, Oliver tapped at the study door.
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    • At this moment, there walked into the room...
    1. At this moment, there walked into the room...
    2. Now, the fact was, that in the inmost recesses...
    3. Chapter 15
    4. 'Well, well, my dear,' said the Jew...
    5. Meanwhile, Oliver Twist, little dreaming...
    6. Chapter 16
    7. The young gentleman did not stop to bestow...
    8. 'What's the matter here!' said Fagin...
    9. The girl laughed again...
    10. Chapter 17
    11. There was so much determination and depth of purpose...
    12. At six o'clock next morning...
    13. It would be tedious if given in the beadle's words...
    14. Chapter 18
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    • One afternoon, the Dodger and Master Bates...
    1. One afternoon, the Dodger and Master Bates...
    2. Master Bates backed this advice with sundry moral...
    3. Chapter 19
    4. The Jew glanced round the room...
    5. 'Then,' said Sykes, thrusting aside the Jew's hand...
    6. 'When is it to be done?' asked Nancy...
    7. Chapter 20
    8. He had concluded his prayer...
    9. 'This way,' said the girl, releasing her hold...
    10. Chapter 21
    11. Sykes dismounted with great precipitation...
    12. Chapter 22
    13. It was now intensely dark.
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    • Chapter 23
    1. Chapter 23
    2. The matron expressed her entire concurrence...
    3. It was a round table.
    4. Chapter 24
    5. She was bouncing away, when a cry from the two women...
    6. Chapter 25
    7. Mr Dawkins received these handsome compliments...
    8. 'Hark!' cried the Dodger at this moment...
    9. Chapter 26
    10. The Three Cripples, or rather the Cripples...
    11. She was in her room, the woman said.
    12. It was within an hour of midnight.
    13. They conversed for some time in whispers.
    14. Chapter 27
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    • Nothing was said on either side for a minute or two...
    1. Nothing was said on either side for a minute or two...
    2. Now, Mr and Mrs Sowerberry...
    3. Chapter 28
    4. The air grew colder, as day came slowly on...
    5. It happened that about this time...
    6. 'It was a knock,' said Mr Giles...
    7. Chapter 29
    8. Mr Giles was apparently considering the propriet...
    9. Chapter 30
    10. Mr Losberne thrust his hands into his pockets
    11. There were assembled, in that lower house...
    12. Chapter 31
    13. Meanwhile, the doctor walked up and down...
    14. 'Ah!' said Mr Blathers...
    15. Oliver had been dozing...
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    • Chapter 32
    1. Chapter 32
    2. The man followed to the chariot door...
    3. Who can describe the pleasure and delight...
    4. Chapter 33
    5. An anxious night ensued.
    6. How often did Oliver start from his bed that night...
    7. Chapter 34
    8. Mrs Maylie was anxiously waiting to receive her son...
    9. Mr. Losberne and Oliver had remained
    10. It is worthy of remark...
    11. Chapter 35
    12. At lenght, one morning, when Rose was alone...
    13. There was a pause...
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    • Chapter 36
    1. Chapter 36
    2. Chapter 37
    3. But, tears were not the things to find their way...
    4. He walked up one street, and down another...
    5. As he spoke he pushed a couple of sovereigns across...
    6. Chapter 38
    7. Bestowing something half-way between a smile and a frown...
    8. The thunder, which seemed in fact much nearer...
    9. Mr Bumble drew a long breath...
    10. Chapter 39
    11. 'Why, what evil einds has blowed you here?' he asked Fagin.
    12. In due course they arrived at Fagin's abode...
    13. Before the sound of their footsteps had ceased...
    14. As that day closed in...
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    • It was a family hotel in a quiet, but handsome...
    1. It was a family hotel in a quiet, but handsome...
    2. Chapter 40
    3. 'I'll tell you lady. Last night he came again.'
    4. 'Nothing could save him,' cried the girl.
    5. Chapter 41
    6. Mr Brownlow inclined his head.
    7. In fact, as he threw himself at one dexterous dive...
    8. 'How?' inquired the doctor.
    9. Chapter 42
    10. Through these streets Noah Claypole walked...
    11. After expressing this opinion...
    12. 'Now, what do you think?' said Fagin.
    13. Chapter 43
    14. Fagin was about to translate these mysterious expressions...
    15. 'We must know how he gets on today...'
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    • Noah Claypole, or Morris Bolter as the reader pleases...
    1. Noah Claypole, or Morris Bolter as the reader pleases...
    2. 'Now then, where are the witnesses?' said the clerk.
    3. Chapter 44
    4. 'Whew!' said the housebreaker, wiping the perspiration...
    5. Chapter 45
    6. Chapter 46
    7. He drew himself straight upright against the wall...
    8. After receiving an assurance from both...
    9. 'She will be persuaded now,' cried the young lady.
    10. Chapter 47
    11. Fagin looked hard at the robber...
    12. Without one pause, or moment's consideration...
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    • Chapter 48
    1. Chapter 48
    2. This was an antic fellow, half pedlar and half mountebank...
    3. Let no man talk of murderers escaping justice...
    4. Chapter 49
    5. 'You have a brother,' said Mr Brownlow, rousing himself...
    6. 'Before he went abroad, and as he passed through London...'
    7. 'Denial to me is vain,' replied Mr. Brownlow...
    8. Chapter 50
    9. There was a short silence...
    10. He laid his hand upon a chair...
    11. Of all the terrific yells that ever fell on mortal ears...
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    • Chapter 51
    1. Chapter 51
    2. At length, when nine o'clock had come...
    3. There was a short silence here...
    4. 'Young lady,' said Mr Brownlow, turning to Rose...
    5. They were a long, long time alone.
    6. Chapter 52
    7. He sat down on a stone bench opposite the door...
    8. The space before the prison was cleared...
    9. Chapter 53
    10. And now, the hand that traces these words...