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After reading Oliver Twist, I have some opinion on it:
· Dickens make me feel that he is trying to create a very dark atmosphere and the whole novel is very gloomy and claustrophobic. The story is based around many of the saddest people in society and ‘Oliver Twist’ moves the reader in such a way that once you have read the book once, it remains with you forever and some of the images haunt you.
· I realize that characters who are initially good when they are born, can change due to their environment. I thinks that the environment shapes people more than their innate traits. Nancy, for instance, innanately good and mild, has to earn money as a prostitute and to bear the companionship of Sikes and Fagin..
· The moral of the story, I think, is that if you are a good person good will happen to you, but if you aren’t bad things will happen (poetic justice so to speak). Oliver was good at heart, and thus in the end he got what he deserved- a family, money and happiness. Sikes was a person that did bad things, and therefore he accidentally hangs himself. Fagin goes to jail and is hanged not because he did anything specifically wrong but because he orchestrated a lot of wrong things- he therefore dies an unglorified death.
; I think the main conflict Oliver faces is that he is perceived as poor. This puts him in a class of people who were regarded as criminals and degenerates. His good nature prevailed with his inner beauty. I would consider his true spirituality was evident throughout every aspect of his life. He never had to change (bad). The lack of change actually saved him from despair.
To me Oliver Twist is a progress. I would not call it a heroes journey, because in a progress the main character (Oliver) is not proactive and not developed enough to be a hero. I suggest that it might be a coming of age story, but Oliver really matures very little and hardly grows up throughout the book.