Oliver Twist: Chapter XXIIby@charlesdickens
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Oliver Twist: Chapter XXII

by Charles Dickens10mJuly 28th, 2022
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“Hallo!” cried a loud, hoarse voice, as soon as they set foot in the passage. “Don’t make such a row,” said Sikes, bolting the door. “Show a glim, Toby.” “Aha! my pal!” cried the same voice. “A glim, Barney, a glim! Show the gentleman in, Barney; wake up first, if convenient.” The speaker appeared to throw a boot-jack, or some such article, at the person he addressed, to rouse him from his slumbers: for the noise of a wooden body, falling violently, was heard; and then an indistinct muttering, as of a man between sleep and awake.

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