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Essay | Sydney Carton Vs. Evremonde; a Comparison

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Sydney Carton Vs. Evremonde; a Comparison

Summary: A Tale of Two Cities compares Carton's will for self betterment with Evremonde careless attitude and self-centerdness. Evremonde did not care to change his self-serving attitude, and it lead to the ruin of many lives, and, ultimately, his demise. Carton's want of a better life led to meaning for his life, and a heroic death. Having an attitude that seeks change for the better can be seen as a far, far better thing that one has ever done.
It has often been said that it is human nature to fear change. This fear however, is misplaced. In many instances the change involved can be a complete transformation of a character rather than a small change in life style. These changes are usually the ones not to be feared, but rather greeted with open arms, as was the case with Carton in A Tale of Two Cities. He began as a drunkard, and ended the book by dieing as a hero, highlighting the idea in the book that care about what one does will often lead to much better things than a careless attitude, because Sydney Carton cared greatly that his life was leading nowhere, and greatly wished to change that. In fact, a careless attitude can lead to not only the destruction of one's own life, but can ruin the lives of...

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