Charles Dickens quote about poverty from Oliver Twist (1838) - The great principle of out-of-door relief is, to give the paupers exactly what they don't want; and then they get tired of coming.
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The great principle of out-of-door relief is, to give the paupers exactly what they don't want; and then they get tired of coming.

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Charles Dickens quote about poverty from Oliver Twist (1838) - The great principle of out-of-door relief is, to give the paupers exactly what they don't want; and then they get tired of coming.
Charles Dickens quote about poverty from Oliver Twist (1838) - The great principle of out-of-door relief is, to give the paupers exactly what they don't want; and then they get tired of coming.
Charles Dickens quote about poverty from Oliver Twist (1838) - The great principle of out-of-door relief is, to give the paupers exactly what they don't want; and then they get tired of coming.
Charles Dickens quote about poverty from Oliver Twist (1838) - The great principle of out-of-door relief is, to give the paupers exactly what they don't want; and then they get tired of coming.
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