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9-12 year old who was born an orphan, he is innocent through the toughest times.
His mother is Agnes Fleming and his father is Edwin Leeford.
Fagin (The Jew)
The ugly evil thief leader who takes Oliver as pickpocketer an but ends but getting hung.
Monks: helps him give Oliver a bad rep.
Nancy: taught her how to pickpocket when she was young
Sikes: he is his “business associate.”
A young prostitute who turns righteous and reveals Monks plot and gets murdered by her boyfriend, Sikes.
Fagin: her former master as a pickpocketer
Sikes: Her lover and murderer
Olivers evil half-brother who schemes how he can inherit his inheritance.
His mother is Mrs. Leeford and his father is Edwin Leeford.
Fagin: plots w/ him of how they can give Oliver a bad reputation.
An intelligent gentleman who is the natural leader in helping Oliver
Bedwin: his sort of maid
A kind old woman who takes care of Oliver when he is ill.
Mr. Bronlow: her employer
A wicked, villainous man who is ready to do about anything that is wicked
Fagin: his “business associate.”
Nancy: his lover and his victim.
Bullseye: his dog who takes much abuse.
The prideful, fat beetle who becomes unhappily married with Ms. Corney.
Corney: his wife
Oliver’s mother who died after delivering him.
Fleming: her father
Agnes’s father and Oliver’s grandfather
Agnes: his daughter
Oliver: his grandson
A widow who owns the workhouse and marries Mr. Bumble
Mr Bumble: her husband
The undertaker for the paupers, he is fairly nice to Oliver.
She destroyed Mr. Leeford’s will which gave Oliver some property.
Her son is Monks and her husband is Mr. Leeford
Bill Sikes’s dog who is horribly mistreated
Sikes: his master
A good man who is forced to marry Mrs. Leeford
He is both Monks and Olivers’s Father, but had Oliver with Agnes and Monks with Mrs. Leeford
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Literature, Fiction, Film, English-language films, British films, Period television series, Monks, Oliver!, Oliver Twist, Fagin, Nancy, Bill Sikes
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