Oliver Twist4 3 5 Scritto da: Charles Dickens Letto da: Edward James Beesley
Oliver Twist follows the titular character from an early age as a young orphan. He faces a cruel and unfair system of disenfranchisement and is forced to beg and work in grueling workplaces to earn money and food as a child. As he grows older, he runs away to London to seek out a better life, but continues to face hardship and villainy along his journey. The book reflects the state of society in Dickens’ time and gives readers an identifiable character with which to experience the difficulties of poverty and social injustice.
Più informazioniEditore: InAudio
Durata: 17H 5Min