Oliver Twist

Dickens characters break the law for wrong reasons. and occasionally, he has characters break the law for the right reasons. what are some situations in this novel where people take justice into their own hands.

what might this be saying about dickens' beliefs on justice?

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I recall that the mob goes after Sykes. Although Fagin is a villain, Sykes truly is a nasty man and Dickens seems to feel that mob justice is appropriate for him.