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    How does Dickens represent crime and criminals in Oliver Twist

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    Dickens depicts Oliver as a victim of neglect and drudgery who was not born into crime but draw into it through untrustworthy people such as Fagin, The Artful Dodger and Sikes who told him 'not to fret' and persuaded him to stay with Fagin the 'spectable old genelman'. This behavior from Dodger shows that he is saying kind but dishonest words to Oliver to encourage him to stay in London with the pickpockets. Oliver's innocence is shows through irony, although Dickens is writing in third person he writes in way that shows Oliver's viewpoint which emphasizes the irony, for example

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