A Tale of Two Cities Essay | A Tale of Two Cities: A Character Analysis of Sydney Carton

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A Tale of Two Cities: A Character Analysis of Sydney Carton

Summary: Promotes the idea that Sydney Carton was the most memorable character of Charles Dicken's classic A Tale of Two Cities. Explores the transformation of the character from unmotivated alcoholic to hero.
Someone who sacrifices his life for the person they love is by far the most ultimate sacrifice any human being could make. In A Tale of Two Cities, by Charles Dickens, Sydney Carton, a drunkard and a cheerless man, did exactly that. By this sacrifice, he became the most memorable character in this book. Sydney Carton was an unmotivated alcoholic who transformed his wasted and useless life by performing a selfless act of heroism.

"I am a disappointed drudge. I care for no man on earth, and no man on earth cares for me." Those were Sydney Cartons words when he met Charles Darnay. In the beginning, Carton was a lazy, alcoholic attorney who cares about nothing in life. He believes his life is an extreme waste. He is crude, frequently drunk, and melancholy. He feels he is stuck...

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