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The Status of England and France in "A Tale of Two Cities"

Summary: Charles Dickens's "A Tale of Two Cities" examines life in England and France in the time leading up to the French Revolution in 1789. In England, the society is healthy and good. In France, the society is dysfunctional, which leads up to the working class revolution.
In Charles Dickens's A Tale of Two Cities, England and France are the two countries in which the book takes place. In 1717, when the start of the book takes place, England and France are very different socially and politically. England is having its good times and France is in need of reform. Something is bound to happen soon. The way the revolution takes place and the conclusion of it could have been done another way.

"It was the best of times it was the worst of times," Narrator (page 7). This quote is symbolic because it sets the theme in the two countries, and also gives you a sense of how things are going in England and France. It truly was the best of times in England, everything was going well, trade was good, and people were just generally...

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