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Tale of Two Cities: A Discussion of Individual vs. Group Power

Summary: An analysis of themes in A Tale of Two Cities, by Charles Dickens. Discusses if the power of an individual has more effect on a group than the power of a group has on an individual.
One of the main themes in Charles Dickens's, A Tale of Two Cities, is the power of a crowd affect over the strength of an individual. Or sometimes, vice versa, the strength of an individual affected the power of a bigger crowd. The government, monarchy, the mobs, the citizens of France, and the people of the Bastille court, betray the role as the "crowd." The individuals of the story are of course Charles Darnay, also known as Evrémonde, Dr. Alexandre Manette, and Monsieur and Madame Defarge. To me, power is someone in a higher position (determined by the caste system,) and has authority over anyone in a lower caste. Strength, in my definition means the amount of potency someone has, physical and mental. A crowd of people will usually have more physical power over an individual, only because...

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