A Tale of Two Cities Essay | True Love and Death

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True Love and Death

Summary: In the outstanding novel A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens, many characters were changed by the love of others, even Sydney Carton, who was a drunken deppressed man in the begining, began to feel love and compassion towards the middle, and was willing to die for the one he loved in the end.

Can love change a person? Can it bring the good out in people? Some may ponder apon these questions wondering if it is possible to show unconditional love, and yes it is. Throughout the ages of man there have been many that have died for there country or their beliefs, and yet we see it to vaige to die for love. In the outstanding novel A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens, many characters were changed by the love of others, even Sydney Carton, who was a drunken deppressed man in the begining, began to feel love and compassion towards the middle, and was willing to die for the one he loved in the end.

To begin with, Sydney Cartons horrid addiction to alcholol and carelessness for other life and his own was a big problem he encountered. Sydney Carton would completly isolate himself from...

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