The Novel "Oliver Twist" - a Reflection of Social Problems
Poor people have less access to health care and education. I believe that the best way out of poverty is a well-paying job. To start job growth now, governments should invest in their infrastructure by rebuilding bridges, railways, roads, schools, libraries, and make other investments that create jobs and boost national economy. To my mind, once we understand how serious are the effects of poverty, we can take the necessary steps to solve the issue altogether.
In conclusion, I want to say that “Oliver Twist” has opened my eyes. It made me look a little deeper into serious social issues. I feel that Dickens wanted to make some kind of announcement, to persuade people that these problems need to be solved. Society nowadays is aware of the global issues. There are many organizations and campaigns that help people and try to improve the world. Although some of the problems have become even bigger, I believe that little by little we are moving toward a better future.
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