Oliver Anthology Text 28

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  • Oliver Text 28
    • Purpose: To stand up for the poor man.
    • Audience: Fiction lovers, charles dickens lovers.
    • Tone: Sarcastic and desperate.
      • Emotional
    • Semantic field: Malnutrition, Mistreatment.
      • Devoured, Sucking their fingers most assiduously, slow starvation over months.
    • 3rd Person Narrative
    • Structure: The long paragrahs express long working hours.
      • Emotional
        • Semantic field: Malnutrition, Mistreatment.
          • Devoured, Sucking their fingers most assiduously, slow starvation over months.
    • Alliteration: Next Neighbours Nudged. Wanted Washing.
    • Mode Of Address: Master, Mr Bumble, Oliver Twist.
      • Oliver Twist is singled out becuse he has been cast to ask 'for more'
      • 'The master was a fat healthy man' his wealth is expressed through the mode of address and his stature.
      • The master is later reffered to as Mr Bumble as his power begins to lack as he is in higher company. Bridges the gap between the rich and the poor - he is clearly middle class.
    • Catalyst: The boy who was tall for his age - who threatened to eat the children. Had he not have done this Oliver would not has gained presige over the other children for having to ask 'for more'
      • All the text leads up to the moment of the ask. A new paragraph and fater text structure makes the situation tense.

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