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Oliver Twist (Radio Theatre) (edition 2012)

by Focus on the Family

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Title:Oliver Twist (Radio Theatre)
Authors:Focus on the Family
Info:Tyndale House Books (2012), Edition: Com/DVD, Audio CD
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Oliver Twist (Radio Theatre) by Focus on the Family

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I received Oliver Twist, in exchange for review from Tyndale House. The book was published by Focus on the Family. I had previously read the book and seen the movie. I requested the audio book to listen on the computer and the cd player. I loved the cds. The audio quality was amazing. The narrator's made me feel like I was back in Dicken's time. The visions in my head were simply amazing, especially the scene where Oliver asked for more grub. I love Charles Dickens, especially Twist and Great Expectations. I highly recommend the audio book, as well as getting the print edition.
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Dickens tells Oliver's story of being born in a workhouse and raised on a child farm until he is given work as a coffin maker's apprentice. Oliver is mistreated by the coffin maker's wife, and he escapes to London where he meets the Artful Dodger and Fagin, who are pickpockets.… (more)

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