Title-page Vignette, Oliver at the Milestone

James Mahoney


Dickens's The Adventures of Oliver Twist (Household Edition)

The image of Oliver, alone, unfriended, and in doubt as to his course in life as he puts behind him childhood in the workhouse and his apprenticeship to the grim undertaker is a suitable keynote for the adventures of the orphan in the criminal underworld of the metropolis. [Continued below.]

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