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Essay | A Tale of Two Cities

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A Tale of Two Cities

Summary: Essay discusses the characters, plot, setting, conflict, and theme of "A Tale of Two Cities."
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Setting: A Tale of Two Cities is written by Charles Dickens and it takes place in France and England beginning in 1775. It's told in third person until the end when Sydney Carton overtakes the narrator and talks in first person for the last few paragraphs of the novel.

Protagonist: Charles Darnay is a young French aristocrat by birth but he chooses to live in England because he hates the French social system. He is virtuous in his rejection of the cruel values of his family and refuses to be a part of it. This is why he chooses the name Darnay instead of his real name Evremonde which is his family's name. He is motivated by love from Lucie Manette.

Antagonist: Ernest Defarge, and his wife, Madame Defarge, are key leaders and officials of the revolution. Madame Defarge is the major antagonist with...

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