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Her tears fell upon his forehead


“As she stooped over him, her tears fell upon his forehead.
The boy stirred, and smiled in his sleep, as though these marks of pity and compassion had awakened some pleasant dream of a love and affection he had never known; as a strain of gentle music, or the rippling of water in a silent place, or the odour of a flower, or even the mention of a familiar word, will sometimes call up sudden dim remembrances of scenes that never were, in this life; which vanish like a breath; and which some brief memory of a happier existence, long gone by, would seem to have awakened, for no voluntary exertion of the mind can ever recall them.”

Charles Dickens, Oliver Twist

Haiku About Oliver Twist

Haiku About Oliver Twist

The boy wanted more
met Fagin and Dodger then
finally got home

Poetry

‘Hard Times’ By Charles Dickens

Dicken’s strongest criticism of nineteenth century England comes forth in allegorical ‘Coketown’, representative of Victorian England. It strikes at Utilitarianism, political economy and constantly criticizes the middle class for being obsessed with profits. 749 more words

The parish boy’s progress

Oliver twist is Charles Dickens one amongst his famous novels. In early Victorian England most novels were started off as a regular series in some newspaper or the other. 509 more words

Charles Dickens & My Twist on Oliver

When one thinks of an English Novelist in the 19th century, one thinks of none other than Charles Dickens. Born in Portland on the 7th of February, 1812, he is one of the greatest and most influential writers of the century. 616 more words

She Was Not Polite

The short girl just stood there with her hair falling over her eyes. She shifted from foot to foot, and squirmed endlessly as her teacher unloosed shaft after shaft from memory and accumulated grievance. 769 more words

Memory

What the Dickens? Post-Ethicalism and the Bumbellian State

The Prime Minister, has said out loud what he is thinking: can’t we just stop giving benefits to the fat, feckless poor? Is it the state’s duty to help those who have brought illness upon themselves? 932 more words

Alcoholism