completely oblivious to the plight of these people, who lived in a hidden world of squalor. Dickens wrote 'Oliver Twist' to bring to people's attention the suffering of the poor. His writing was considered controversial and was full of irony and sarcasm. He showed a great sympathy and understanding for the poor people of London. The book is written in the third person because Dickens is not involved in the story, he is writing about the lives of many other people.
Presentation of Bullies in Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens Charles Dickens wrote the novel "Oliver Twist" as a way of expressing his views on how the rich treated the poor, and how he felt about the laws regarding the poor. At the time there was a huge gap between the rich and the poor due to industrialisation. This meant that the poor were left to survive in unpleasant, overcrowded conditions, and were treated harshly by the rich. Dickens felt strongly about this situation and