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Essay | A Tale of Two Cities: Character Descriptions

This student essay consists of approximately 1 page of analysis of A Tale of Two Cities.
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A Tale of Two Cities: Character Descriptions

Summary: Provides brief character descriptions of the major characters found in Charles Dicken's novel, A Tale of Two Cities.
Lucie Manette-fragile,kind, caring, nurturing, healer, sheltered, pure, beautiful, angelic, courageous.

Dr. Manette-shoemaker(when in prison), emotionally unstable, well respected, afread to relive old memories, worn down by life, and caring.

Mr. Lorry-dedicated, reliable, dependable, caring, but protects himself emotionally "just business", and self-protected.

Charles Darnay-loves Lucie, unchanging/unwavering, strong/silent, cherishes life, selfishless, and self-protected.

Sydney Carton-lost, low self-esteem, alcoholic, loves Lucie, unhappy, saves Charles, needs help, Lucie sees the good in him, makes sacrifices, courageous int he end, and detatched.

Miss Pross- Lucies caretakeer, feircly protected, loyal, a little jealous, loud, robust, assertive, and makes sacrifices.

Mr Stryver-lawyer (Darnay's), proud, egotistical, and works with Carton.

Jerry Cruncher- messenger, grave robber/digger, and has a short-tempered personality.

The Three Jacques- revolutionaries, represent the revolution, and spies.

Defarge-married to Madame Defarge, working for revolution, lets M. Defarge take charge, laid back, and owns...

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