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The February, 1837, issue began the serialization of Oliver Twist; or, the Parish Boy's Progress by Boz, even though the busy editor was still at work on the Pickwick Papers. Before Oliver Twist had all appeared, several numbers of Dickens' next novel, Nicholas Nickleby (183839), had been printed. Oliver Twist was completed in September, 1838, and was issued in book form before the end of the year, although serial publication ran until March, 1839. Dickens relinquished the editorship of Bentley's Miscellany after two years, but his astounding literary productivity went on with few intermissions until the day of his death.
In the meantime, Bumble, the parish beadle from Oliver's birthplace, answers Brownlow's advertisement inquiring about the boy. Bumble turns Oliver's benefactor against him by grossly misrepresenting the boy's history and character. Fagin is eager to get Oliver completely in his power by thoroughly involving the child in some crime. So the old man convinces Sikes to use Oliver in a major burglary that is being contemplated. Accordingly, Sikes takes the boy westward through the city to a rendezvous near Chertsey with Toby Crackit.
But later sales rose spectacularly and printings reached 40,000. The success of the Sketches by Boz had elevated Dickens' confidence in the future and sufficiently improved his income to enable him to assume the responsibilities of matrimony. On April 2, 1836, two days after the first of the Pickwick Papers went on sale, Charles Dickens and Catherine Hogarth were married. The bride was the oldest daughter of George Hogarth, the editor of the Evening Chronicle, an affiliate of the newspaper for which Dickens wrote.