The Question and Answer section for Oliver Twist is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
Oliver committed the crime of asking for more.
For a week after the commission of the impious and profane offence of asking for more, Oliver remained a close prisoner in the dark and solitary room to which he had been consigned by the wisdom and...
I'm sorry, I am unfamiliar with the text you're citing above. Author please?
Who is speaking, and why are these words important to the story? a ve got to be in London tonight. know a respectable gentleman who lives there. b "He's such a child!' c "Stop! Stop! Don't take him away."
The Artful Dodger
'Don't fret your eyelids on that score,' said the young gentleman. 'I've got to be in London to-night; and I know a 'spectable old gentleman as lives there, wot'll give you lodgings for nothink, and never ask for the change—that...