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Resurrection in "A Tale of Two Cities"

Summary: Essay explores the theme of resurrection in "A Tale of Two Cities."
Resurrection is a term used often not in the physical sense, but as a spiritual description of one's rebirth in the same lifetime. In A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens, Resurrection is a major theme in which several characters are related to. Dr Alexandre Manette, Sydney Carton and Charles Darnay are all in a sense resurrected and given a new chance to fulfill something more significant than before. This theme is seen throughout the novel and is essentially at the base of the plot itself.

Dr. Alexandre Manette is the first character to present the theme of resurrection in the novel. He was held as a political prisoner in the Bastille prison for eighteen years where he was solitarily confined and eventually turned mad from lack of natural light. When he was released, Dr Manette was forced to re-enter society and...

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