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May 18, 2010


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That's really fascinating, a most excellent article, though they would probably have to do more than one study to really prove their point.
I do think Dickens intended Oliver Twist to live a happy and peaceful life after the end of the book, so in this case I think author intent should trump psychoanalyzing fictional characters. But then, I'm usually the one psychoanalyzing the fictional characters myself...

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