Oliver Twist

2. Does the narrator think being born in a workhouse is a good thing or a bad thing for Oliver Twist, and why? Or does it not matter at all to the narrator where Oliver was born?

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Being born in a workhouse as opposed to a loving family is definitely a bad thing. Oliver's childhood is spent learning to survive rather than learning, playing, or just being a boy.