A Tale of Two Cities Essay | Sympathy for Characters in "A Tale of Two Cities"

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Sympathy for Characters in "A Tale of Two Cities"

Summary: The revolutionary turmoil in "A Tale of Two Cities" is illustrated by the many hardships the characters endure. It's easy to feel sympathy for characters such as Sydney Carton, Madam Defarge and Jerry Cruncher because of the adversities they face. The stories of each of these characters are described.
Charles Dickens' epic novel A Tale of Two Cities depicts two prominent cities encountering tremendous domestic turmoil. The book tracks various colorful and unique characters, each struggling with their own problems in an era of transformation and revolution. As the book develops, the reader may sympathize with given characters for the many hardships they must endure. Sympathy is defined as the sharing of feelings by one person for another. There are several characters in the book in which the reader may be able to identify with or experience deeper feelings towards. Sydney Carton, Madam Defarge, and Jerry Cruncher each possess, in my opinion, a certain element that makes them particularly interesting and compelling. Consequently, some of the characters in Charles Dicken's novel A Tale of Two Cities evoke emotions of sympathy due to the many adversities they face.

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