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A Tale of Two Cities: The Struggles Within

Summary: Throughout the intertwine of conflict in the novel, "A Tale of Two Cities" by Charles Dickens, there lies many masked struggles and culture bending experiences.
A Tale of Two Cities, by Charles Dickens, is considered by many to be the greatest novel of the 19th century. Instead of using his usual style of character driven narratives, Dickens, used a new form of writing his novel, an event centered story line. With his new technique Dickens created a story that establishes depth in the setting and plot with respect to the characters themselves. His use of style was put to great usage in A Tale of Two Cities.

The story spans the length of two cities in two opposite countries very closely spun together. The cities of London, England, and Paris, France, are in the midst of great tension and stress as two groups of people get involved in one of the most interesting conflicts in history. It is the beginning of the French Revolution and the downside...

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