Corney Matron of the workhouse where Oliver was born; she later marries Bumble. You would serve me best, lady. Maylie, an older and distinguished woman, and her seventeen-year-old niece Miss Rose Maylie. Harry Maylie Harry Maylie, Mrs.
He prefers "slumming" with members of the criminal class, and his rejection of his own social class in favor of the lower class is a big mark against him in the world of Oliver Twist.
Brownlow, and then with the Maylies. Mann A maid at the poorhouse annex near which Oliver was born, Mrs. Sowerberry take Oliver in as an apprentice after the workhouse. Sowerberry "A short, thin, squeezed-up woman, with a vixenish [literally, fox-like] countenance, [having] a good deal of taste in the undertaking way.
Maylie who helps Oliver in his adventures. Fagin- The main antagonist in the story, "The Jew" takes Oliver under his wing and tries to make a pickpocket out of him. Nurse- Woman who delivered Oliver, and later died in the workhouse revealing the story of the locket and the night Oliver was born.
A dear, grateful, gentle child, who "instead of possessing too little feeling, possessed rather too much. Oliver himself, and Nancy. His adventures make him the best of friends and the worst of enemies. After he dies suddenly in Rome, his wife and son destroy a will that provides for Agnes and her unborn child.
Limbkins Head of the parish board; "a particularly fat gentleman with a very round, red face. Old Sally Old Sally, the beggar, present when Oliver Twist is born, who steals the tokens that eventually disclose his parentage.
Sowerberry takes something of a liking to Oliver, and makes him a "mute" mourner at funerals, but Mrs. Sowerberry An undertaker; "a tall, gaunt, large-jointed man," in matrimonial disputes denominated "a brute, an unnatural husband, an insulting creature, a base imitation of a man.
He speaks roughly to Oliver Twist but cures his wound and saves him from the police. He is impatient and earnest, but also happy and kindhearted. Losborne and Giles go along Monks also told Fagin that the Maylies would die to know their relationship to Oliver, The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
When she goes to visit Rose, for example, the servants take one look at her and think, "the creature was a disgrace to her sex" Bumble later sells to Monks. Treated cruelly, he runs off to London, where he is taken in by a gang of thieves.
Corney, a workhouse matron. Bumble- The town beadle who thinks very lowly of Oliver. However, the robbery fails and, in the ensuing chase, Oliver is shot. Maylie takes in orphans: The two become paupers and end their days in the workhouse. Sowerberry- A coffin maker that Oliver was apprenticed to.
They cast lots to decide who will ask for more gruel for them all, and Oliver is chosen. Although she remains loyal to Bill Sikes, he murders her in a rage.
Leeford, the jealous, vindictive wife who tries to deprive Agnes Fleming and her child of their inheritance. Oliver, who was very ill and fainted in the court, is cleared by a witness to the crime and is taken in by Brownlow to his home where he is well treated.
Brownlow in the street. Corney, his wife, formerly a vixenish workhouse matron. Grimwig is always "grimly" stubborn and pessimistic.Nancy, who still feels compassion for Oliver, overhears Fagin's and Monk's plans and tells Rose Maylie, hoping to thwart them.
Rose then contacts Brownlow (clearing Oliver's name in the process, much to Brownlow's relief), Dr. Position: Orphan. Rose Maylie is admirable Dickensian womanhood in all its glory.
She is good for propaganda, but terrible for story. Being a person of sterling worth, incorruptible by human complexity and inconsistency, she is correspondingly uninteresting, particularly.
Rose Maylie- The adopted niece of Mrs. Maylie who turns out to be Oliver's Aunt. She is kind, loving, and a great joy in Oliver's life. Mrs. Maylie- An old woman who accepts Oliver into her home and finally gives him a loving atmosphere to live in. Women characters are very important in Oliver Twist, such as Mrs.
Mann, Nancy and Rose. Mrs. Mann represents the cruelty to and exploitation of poor orphans. Oliver Twist study guide contains a biography of Charles Dickens, literature essays, a complete e-text, quiz questions, major themes, characters, and a.
Oliver asks Mrs. Maylie, when Rose has been safely placed in bed, whether Rose will get better, but Mrs. Maylie fears (full context) When Oliver returns home, Rose's fever has grown worse—Losborne, who arrives later, fears that Rose might not survive it.Download