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Please, sir, I want some more - Oliver Twist's diet.

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Uploaded on Dec 18, 2008

The New Poor Law angered Charles Dickens and probably influenced his description of Oliver Twist's workhouse gruel. But historical evidence does not back up some of the claims made in his 1838 novel. So did Oliver really need more? And what do today's children think of his diet?

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