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Essay | Tale of Two Cities: "Recalled of Life"

This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of Tale of Two Cities.
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Tale of Two Cities: "Recalled of Life"

Summary: Comparing Charles Darnay, from Tale of Two Cities, and Amory, from This Side of Paradise, shows that when they were at the lowest points of their life, they ressurected and revived back to life.
Being "recalled to life" is resurrection by another chance to form a new life. It is also coming from a life of endless solitary hardship, to a life of satisfaction and usefulness. Sidney and Amory's realization of contributing nothing and taking everything, their failures, and hardships make them come to be "recalled to life."

Because Amory has been so egotistic, he resurrects his life by changing his character. For example, Amory knows Alec has more to lose if he gets caught under the Mann act, considering he has a family, so he decides to take his place. Amory thought of the consequences for both Alec and himself and knew Alec's consequences were more damaging due to the fact that he has a family. Amory changes his personality by not thinking of himself, but for the benefit of Alec. In addition, Amory's...

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