A Tale of Two Cities Essay | Student Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of A Tale of Two Cities.
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A Tale of Two Cities: An Analysis of Dr. Manette

Summary: Discusses the novel, A Tale of Two Cities, by Charles Dickens. Provides a character analysis of Dr. Manette. Describes how responsibility changes his life.
Most people who are just released from solitary confinement would have a hard time getting back into an everyday routine. It is very tough to do that for many reasons. One, when you're in prison for eighteen years many things change such as cultures, styles and people's attitudes. Also, it would be very hard to be responsible for other people when you're away from them for so long. Most importantly, the changes in one's family would be extermely difficult. In A Tale of Two Cities, by Charles Dickens, Dr. Manette is a confused man just released from prison for the first time in eighteen years.

First, Dr. Manette will have to deal with mant differences in the society such as cultures and how people live their lives. It is incredible how things change as years go by. Even in just...

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