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Comparison of Sydney Carton to Charles Darnay in "Tale of Two Cities"

Summary: A comparison of the similarities and differences between Sydney Carton and Charles Darnay in "Tale of Two Cities" by Charles Dickens. The two men are similar in physical stature, but are very different in how they think and act. its a contrast between the differences of
Many people are similar, but different at the same time. In the book Tale of Two Cities there are two characters that are very much alike, yet very dissimilar at the same time. Sydney Carton and Charles Darnay are two such characters. Both Sydney Carton and Charles Darnay contrast similarly physically, but are very different mentally.

Darnay and Carton appear physically similar. Carton and Darnay must look similar because during Darnay's first trial, Carton was used as a subject in the trial to show that anyone could have been the man that was transporting secret messages between France and England by how Carton looked so much like Darnay. This shows that physically that both Carton must look like Darnay because they people could mistake Darnay for being Carton. Another time that shows that Carton and Darnay are similar...

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