A Tale of Two Cities Essay | Foreshadowing in a Tale of Two Cities

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Foreshadowing in a Tale of Two Cities

Summary: In A Tale of Two Cities, Charles Dickens foreshadows several key events, keeping the readers interested and wondering if their conclusions are the right ones.
There is a reason why people enjoy mysteries. Mysteries in novel or movie form allow the reader to enjoy a story while having the excitement of guessing what will happen. Everyone loves to see if the murderer really is, like they thought, the Colonel in the kitchen with a wrench. However, a good mystery will give an ample number of clues to allow the insightful reader to figure out the ending long before it occurs. In A Tale of Two Cities, Charles Dickens foreshadows several key events, keeping the readers interested and wondering if their conclusions are the right ones.

One event that Dickens foreshadows is the appearance of the note that Dr. Manette wrote while in the Bastille, denouncing Charles Darnay and cementing his fate.

The first clue that this note will be found occurs when Charles discusses a note that was...

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