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The Artful Dodger by "Kyd" c. 1890
The Artful Dodger by "Kyd" c. 1890
James Mahony's 1871 engraving of the Artful Dodger (left) introducing himself to Oliver as "Jack Dawkins," known as "the artful Dodger". Dodger uses C
James Mahony's 1871 engraving of the Artful Dodger (left) introducing himself to Oliver as "Jack Dawkins," known as "the artful Dodger". Dodger uses Cockney slang which is juxtaposed with Oliver's 'proper' English.
George Cruikshank's original engraving in 1838 of the Artful Dodger (centre), introducing Oliver (right) to Fagin (left). It can be argued that Cruiks
George Cruikshank's original engraving in 1838 of the Artful Dodger (centre), introducing Oliver (right) to Fagin (left). It can be argued that Cruikshank originated the Dodger's trademark top hat -- Dickens never specifically describes the hat.
Jack Wild as Dodger in the musical Oliver! (1968). He earned nominations for a BAFTA, a Golden Globe, and an Academy Award for Best Actor in a Support
Jack Wild as Dodger in the musical Oliver! (1968). He earned nominations for a BAFTA, a Golden Globe, and an Academy Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role.
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Frontispiece and title-page, first edition 1838 Illustration and design by George Cruikshank
Frontispiece and title-page, first edition 1838 Illustration and design by George Cruikshank
Cover, first edition of serial, entitled "The Adventures of Oliver Twist" January 1846
Cover, first edition of serial, entitled "The Adventures of Oliver Twist" January 1846
Mr Bumble by Kyd (Joseph Clayton Clarke)
Mr Bumble by Kyd (Joseph Clayton Clarke)
George Cruikshank original etching of the Artful Dodger (centre), here introducing Oliver (right) to Fagin (left)
George Cruikshank original etching of the Artful Dodger (centre), here introducing Oliver (right) to Fagin (left)