A Tale of Two Cities Essay | A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens

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A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens

Summary: A summary of Charles Dickens' novel A Tale of Two Cities.
This story starts out in the late 1700's when a bank official set out to reunite a daughter to her long lost father. The man was named Mr. Lorry and he escorted Lucie, the daughter of Dr. Manette to find her father. Dr. Manette was put in prison without reason. So Mr. Lorry, with his information takes Lucie to Monsieur Defarge's wine shop. Monsieur Defarge was Dr. Manette's servant. When they are reunited with Dr. Manette at the Bastille, which he was imprisoned at, he was in terrible condition. They returned back to London with Dr. Manette, and with the help of Mr. Lorry, Lucie and Monsieur Defarge, Dr. Manette regained awareness and snapped back to himself.

A few years later, a Frenchman was accused of being a conspirator. Lucie and her father was pulled into this situation because they had witnessed...

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