A Tale of Two Cities Essay | Dickens' Use of Literary Technique in "A Tale of Two Cities"

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Dickens' Use of Literary Technique in "A Tale of Two Cities"

Summary: My essay is about Charles Dickens' usage of literary techniuqe in his novel "A Tale of Two Cities."
Through literary technique authors set the basis of their entire novel. By manipulating these tools authors set the tone, establish plot, introduce characters, and develop their stories. Techniques like irony, metaphor, and simile all help develop the plot and characters. The tone of a novel can make a person laugh and another cry. By different usage of literary techniques the author plays the readers emotions and senses. Charles Dickens was the ultimate master of literary technique. His detailed plot, climax, characters, and overall tone show his literary genius. In his novel A Tale of Two Cities Dickens displays his talent. The plot of the novel is so intricate, with so much foreshadowing; one would think it was written backwards. It portrays many strong themes to the reader. Some specific themes were that of revenge, resurrection, love, and fate. Themes...

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