What was the historical context of early 19th century Britain when Charles Dickens wrote Oliver Twist?
A. The country was going through a period of great change due to the Industrial Revolution.
B. The country was experiencing political stability and prosperity.
C. The country was isolated from the rest of the world.
D. The country was fighting a war with Japan.
What did Dickens' worry about the poor?
A. The poor were not working hard enough.
B. The poor were not educated enough.
C. The poor were not provided with adequate living conditions.
D. The poor were too powerful and needed to be controlled.
What was Dickens' criticism of the criminal justice system in Oliver Twist?
A. It was too easy on criminals.
B. It was too harsh on criminals.
C. It was full of too many women judges.
D. It was too expensive to maintain.
What was the impact of the workhouse system on the poor?
A. It provided them with good living conditions and opportunities.
B. It helped them find employment and improve their lives.
C. It was harsh and did not provide enough.
D. It was a source of comfort and support for the poor.