A Tale of Two Cities Essay | Resurrection in "A Tale of Two Cities"

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Resurrection in "A Tale of Two Cities"

Summary: Essay is on Charles Dickens' "A Tale of Two Cities" and discusses how Dickens develops the resurrection theme by "recalling to life" three of the characters in the book, Dr. Manette, Roger Cly, and Monsieur Gabelle.
Many characters in Dickens's A Tale of Two Cities are "recalled to life". Dr. Manette,Roger Cly, and Monsieur Gabelle are three of them that get a second chance at life.

Dr. Manette was wrongly imprisoned in France for 18 years. The reason for his imprisonment was that he knew a too much about an incident that the Evrémondes wanted to keep secret. They thought Manette would tell someone what they had done. So, being the powerful aristocrats they were, they threw him in jail. He spent his days in jail pacing back and forth and making ladies shoes. He eventually lost his mind, and didn't even know his name. He was finally released under the care of Monsieur Defarge, one of Dr. Manette's former servants, where he stayed in an upstairs loft at Defarge's wine shop. Jarvis Lorry, a banker at Tellson's...

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