The Question and Answer section for Oliver Twist is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
Do you mean the kindest?
What chapter are you referring to?
As the crowed approached the house, Sikes made a noose to slip beneath his armpit and lower himself into a ditch beneath. This did not go well and he ends up hanging himself.
Staggering, as if struck by lightning, he lost his balance and tumbled...