Mr bumble gives Oliver his name because his mother died almost straight after he was born. Clair
Artful Dodger Bill Sikes Bull's - Eye Bumble Fagin Monks Mr Brownlow Nancy Oliver
Mr Bumble had the post as "Beadle" to keep order at Oliver Twist's school in the Dickens novel.
The main characters are Oliver, the Artful Dodger, Fagin, Bill Sikes, Nancy Mr. Bumble, Mr. and Mrs. Brownlow, Noah Claypole, Monks, and Charlie Bates.
Oliver is born, and then lives in the workhouse, where his mother dies giving birth to him. He is given the surname "Twist" by Mr. Bumble the beadle, who works through the alphabet in order to given the orphans a made-up surname.
some of the prevailing social issues in Oliver Twist are: the inability of the poor to escape their poor status because of their lack of power, the misuse of power by those in charge of the poor ( Ms. Mann and Mr. Bumble), the lack of credibility the courts gave to the poor, and the criticism of the Poor Laws in England.
Because Oliver Twist lives in poverty for most of his childhood until Mr. Brownlow adopts him.
It has been stated by a number of judges. The origin appears to be from Charles Dickens. In Oliver Twist "If the law supposed that,' said Mr. Bumble . . . 'the law is a ass _ a idiot.'"
mr brownlow is 48 i think :)
After an incident with the law, Oliver Twist gets rescued by a kind and loving old gentleman named Mr. Brownlow.
Mr. Sowerberry, the undertaker
They give him to a funeral director, Mr Sowerberry, where he has to work for just his board and lodging.
There are many, many characters is Oliver Twist, but the primary characters are listed below:Oliver TwistHis mother, Agnes FlemingThe Artful Dodger and the other boys in Fagin's groupMr. Bumble and Mrs. CorneyMrs. Maylie and Rose MaylieNancyBill SikesMr. BrownlowMonks aka Edward LeefordNoah Claypole and Charlotte Sowerberry
Mr Sowerberry, the Undertaker. (Mortician in US)
When Oliver is arrested for stealing Mr. Brownlow's handkerchief, no one listens when Brownlow says he does not think the boy did it. Dodger and Charlie ran off, so Oliver was left to take the rap.
The cast of Oliver Twist - 1933 includes: Lionel Belmore as Mr. Bumble Wilson Benge Phillip Caragher Clyde Cook as Chitling John Davidson Harry Holman as Grimwig Barbara Kent as Rose Maylie Carl Lindou Doris Lloyd as Nancy Sikes Dannie Mac Grant Nelson McDowell as Sowerberry Dickie Moore as Oliver Twist Bobby Nelson as Noah Claypole Irving Pichel as Fagin Tempe Pigott as Mrs. Corney Sonny Ray as The Artful Dodger Virginia Sale as Mrs. Sowerberry
Mr Brown low wears a bottle green coat and gold rimmed glasses.
to give money to the owner
He began life in a Baby Farm, where he was kept until about eight years old, when he was taken by Mr. Bumble to the workhouse. From there, he lives with the undertaker's family, the Sowerberrys, for a brief period, then runs away to London. While in London, he lives with Fagin, Mr. Brownlow, and Mrs. and Miss Maylie. He's still a child at the end of the book, so technically isn't finished growing up.
Oliver lives with his aunt rose and Mr. Brownlow, and monks is sent by Mr. Brownlow not to come to London again to another city where he dies there. Fagin gets hanged.