Oliver Twist
Charles Dickens
Contributed by Jennefer Ruano
Chapter 29

Giles, dressed in his butler attire, was serving breakfast to the two ladies of the house.  The elder, Mrs. Maylie was the aunt of the beautiful young girl, Rose. He tells them a bit about shooting Oliver, for which he was praised, but waits to tell the whole tale until after Dr. Losberne could attend.  When the doctor arrived he looked to Oliver and after a time reported to the ladies. He invited them up to see the thief and they accepted; not knowing that Oliver was so young. 

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