Oliver Twist


Oliver Twist
a novel (1838) by Dickens.

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  • Oliver Twist — Erstausgabe von 1838 Oliver Twist ist ein Gesellschaftsroman von Charles Dickens, der unter dem vollständigen Titel Oliver Twist, or The Parish Boy’s Progress (Oliver Twist oder der Weg des Fürsorgezöglings) von Februar 1837 bis April 1839 in… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Oliver Twist — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Oliver Twist (homonymie). Oliver Twist Auteur Charles Dickens …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Oliver Twist — Para otros usos de este término, véase Oliver Twist (desambiguación). Oliver Twist, edición de 1838. Oliver Twist es la segunda novela del autor inglés Charles Dickens. Se publicó originalmente como novela por entregas de aparición mensual en la… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Oliver Twist —    1) Oliver Twist    Comédie dramatique de Roman Polanski, d après le roman de Charles Dickens, avec Ben Kingsley, Barney Clark, Jamie Foreman, Leanne Rowe.   Pays: Grande Bretagne/France   Date de sortie: 2005   Technique: couleurs   Durée: 2 h …   Dictionnaire mondial des Films

  • Oliver Twist — Ol|i|ver Twist (1837 38) a novel by Charles ↑Dickens about a poor boy called Oliver Twist. The most famous scene in the book takes place in the ↑workhouse when Oliver holds out his bowl and asks for more food, but is punished instead. He runs… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Oliver Twist — Oliver Twịst   [ ɔlɪvə ], Roman von C. Dickens; englisch 1838; deutsch Titel identisch …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Oliver Twist — 1. noun The main character in the eponymous novel by Charles Dickens. 2. adjective Drunk, pissed. Syn: Oliver …   Wiktionary

  • Oliver Twist — I Australian Slang wrist II Cockney Rhyming Slang 1. Fist Next thing I know he s got his Oliver in my face. 2. Pissed (drunk) I ad one over the eight last night and got completely Olivered. See also Fist and Brahms & Liszt III Everyday English… …   English dialects glossary

  • Oliver (Twist) — adj British drunk. An item of rhyming slang for pis sed. Unlike many similar multi word examples, it invariably occurs in its full form, rather than being abbreviated to Oliver …   Contemporary slang


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