Oliver Twist

What does Charles Dickens point out about British society during the Industrial Revolution in this excerpt from Oliver Twist? “It's a nasty trade,” said Mr. Limbkins, when Gamfield had again stated his wish. “Young boys have been smothered in chimneys be

    • a lack of regard for life among the working class

    • parish officials' ignorance of the risks apprentices faced

    • the employment of children for hazardous tasks

    • the reluctance of young, able-bodied boys to work

  • the use of parish orphans for raising money for the parish
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