Oliver Twist
Charles Dickens
Contributed by Jennefer Ruano
Chapter 41

Rose pondered what to do with the information when Oliver came in and happily informed her that they had spotted Mr. Brownlow in the street, and now knew where he lived. Rose decided that the best thing to do was to talk to Mr. Brownlow so she and Oliver went there directly.  Rose was received well, and when she told them her business and the story of what happened to Oliver, they were delighted. Oliver came in then, and was happy to see his old friends and they him. Mr. Brownlow, Rose, and Losberne then decided that it would be best if they trapped Monks and figured out what he knew.  They agreed to bring the help of Mr. Grimwig and Harry Maylie into it, and get Nancy to identify the man for them. 

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