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Hated this book and did not understand anything. Took it for a class.Published 3 months ago by abdullah
great items presented,,fabulous transaction, HIGHLY RECOMMENDED A++++Published 8 months ago by Alan Giangregorio
I find it hard to judge classics, because part of their greatness is in how they affected authors that came after them and as a result we forget that for its time Oliver Twist was... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Tim Jenson
Despite advertising claims, this Penguin Kindle edition omits the illustrations. Bad show, especially when the critical apparatus is merely workaday. Try the Oxford?Published 20 months ago by Thomas L. Jeffers
I loved A Tale of Two Cities, hated Great Expectations, and just thought this one was okay. I understand the point of the novel, but the characters are so one-dimensional that I... Read morePublished on January 29, 2013 by Roland E. Mclean Jr.
Oliver Twist is a social satire that criticizes Victorian England. Some of his criticisms of society could still apply today. Read morePublished on November 29, 2011 by Jessica B.
Well I've finally gotten around to reading the classic tale of the little orphan boy who had the audacity to ask for more, and I'm sorry to say I'm a bit disappointed. Read morePublished on June 3, 2011 by LeeHoFooks
The item shipped was not the one listed on the website. It was a different edition.
It was ordered with express delivery but delivered over a week later. Read more
Once upon a time, as a child, I read "Oliver Twist" in an issue of Classic Comics. Once upon a time, as a student, I worked through a reading list of paperback Dickens novels that,... Read morePublished on February 21, 2010 by M. Feldman