Charles Dickens e Oliver Twist

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The children in the Workhouse, were maltreated and underfed.
Among the orphans there is also Oliver Twist, a delicate, gentle and a bit gullible(credulone) young boy. 
The characters are not round, they're flat, each one of them represents either a vice or virtue, something static. Oliver who in the end turns out to be the lost gran nephew of the gentleman of course he is still well mannered, the stereotype of the nobility, he is blue-blood. And despite the fact of having been brought up in an orphanage, he still preserves what are the idealized features of nobility. But children there are always so hungry, that a The children in the Workhouse, were maltreated and underfed.
Among the orphans there is also Oliver Twist, a delicate, gentle and a bit gullible(credulone) young boy.  The characters are not round, they're flat, each one of them represents either a vice or virtue, something static. Oliver who in the end turns out to be the lost gran nephew of the gentleman of course he is still well mannered, the stereotype of the nobility, he is blue-blood.
And despite the fact of having been brought up in an orphanage, he still preserves what are the idealized features of nobility.