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Essay | A Tale of Two Cities - Honest Criticism

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of A Tale of Two Cities.
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A Tale of Two Cities - Honest Criticism

Summary: Essay provides a critical analysis of "A Tale of Two Cities" by Charles Dickens.
Charles Dickens did a magnificent job by combining both, history and fiction, and depicting the French Revolution accurately. I think that author was very straightforward in his opinions on - why the French revolution happened, the oppressive bourgeoisie (middle class) exploited the lower class which led to a predictable rebellion. We have to agree that Charles Dickens was especially specific with the lower class. The way he portrayed the suffering, through starvation and illness of the masses made the book pretty interesting and full of details. Maybe Dickens was not as detailed with the upper class, but still he made it quite obvious that they had many more privileges and led a much more comfortable lifestyle then the masses who afterwards rebelled. However, he did describe the bourgeoisie fairly, some being pure evil and some showing mercy for the lower class. One...

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This section contains 657 words
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