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"A Tale of Two Cities:" Notes on Ch 10-14

Summary: Summarizes and provides reader notes on chapters 10-14 of " A Tale of Two Cities" by Charles Dickens.
Chapter 10-

In chapter ten, the reader finds out how Mr. Charles Darnay is doing after the murder of his uncle. A year after the murder, Mr. Darnay works as a tutor of French literature and writing; he prospers because he knows what the country and its citizens want. ."..walk on pavements of gold..." (Dickens 125) could mean a digging reference in England this time. The doctor has changed greatly since before, ."..with great firmness of purpose, strength of resolution and vigor of action." (Dickens 126). Darnay finds the Doctor calmly "reading in his arm-chair at a window." (Dickens 126). The Doctor seems to be very uncomfortable during the beginning of this conversation about Lucie; Dickens uses repetitions about the Doctor's eyes to signify his uneasiness. ."..and his eyes bent on the ground...but did not look at him, or raise his...

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