A Tale of Two Cities Essay | A Tale of Two Cities: a Story of Resurrection

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A Tale of Two Cities: a Story of Resurrection

Summary: Essay discusses the aspect of resurrection in "A Tale of Two Cities" by Charles Dickens.
"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times," (page 1). The historical novel, A Tale of Two Cities, by Charles Dickens is not just a story about the French Revolution. It is a story about the lives of the people who lived it, and the years in its aftermath. The main theme in this story is of resurrection. People are not only brought back to life, but many are also saved from death. Doctor Manette, the man in which this story follows, is brought back to live several times. Charles Darnay, a character who is portrayed as the ideal man is resurrected and resurrects others continually. And finally, Sydney Carton, "the jackal," the man we are encouraged to pity, is also in a sense restored to life. A Tale of Two Cities is a story about Resurrection.

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