A Tale of Two Cities Essay | Student Essay

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A Tale of Two Cities: An Analysis of Lorry

Summary: Analyzes the novel A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens. Provides a character study of Lorry and describes why he is such an appealing character.
At this point in the book titled A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Darnay I am drawn to the particular character, Mr. Jarvis Lorry. I am similar to this character, by way of his views and perspectives. If I were to be put in the situations he is put into, I would handle them the same way. Mr. Lorry, to me, seems like a strong figure and someone to admire through out the book.

The similarities both Mr. Lorry and myself share caused me to select this character. Ignoring the fact that he is of the opposite sex, I think that we would have a lot in common. He is a successful businessman, and pretty high up on the totem pole. I am confident knowing that I want to be thought of highly and viewed by my peers like his...

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