The Role of the Orphan Child in Charles Dickens ’ Oliver Twist

  • Rebecca
  • Published 2017
Charles Dickens was one of the most popular and influential authors of the 19 century, and through his novel Oliver Twist he portrayed the lives of marginalised groups of Victorian society, with the orphan as a main focus. This essay examines how the role of the orphan child is employed within the novel and how the interplay between novel and reality… (More)