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A Critique on "A Tale of Two Cities"

Summary: The following is a critique on the novel "A Tale of Two Cities" by Charles Dickens.
Charles Dickens wrote A Tale of Two Cities in 1859. I felt that Charles Dickens did a magnificent job of combing both history and fiction, and depicted the French Revolution accurately. Dickens was very straightforward in his opinions on why the French Revolution happened: the oppressive bourgeoisie exploited the lower class which led to an inevitable uprising. He was especially specific with the lower class. The way he portrayed the suffering through starvation and illness of the commoners made the book very enjoyable to read. Dickens was not as detailed with the upper class, but still made it quite obvious that they had many more privileges and led a much more comfortable lifestyle. However, he did portray the bourgeoisie fairly, some being pure evil and some showing mercy for the lower class. Examples of this would be Marquis, who carelessly mauled a child...

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