This is the alias for a spy working for the English government, then the French government.
This dissipated English lawyer spends a great deal of his life drunk. He has a brilliant legal mind, but his alcoholism keeps him from becoming a success.
This character is the literal symbol of Dickens' theme of resurrection in the novel. He steals fresh corpses from graveyards and delivers them to medical schools so that students can study human anatomy.
This character is the nephew and heir of the Marquis St. Evremonde, the wicked aristocrat who is responsible for the imprisonment of Dr. Manette.
This seventeen-year-old discovers her father's existence in a French jail.
This man is another force in the Revolution.
Madame Therese Defarge
She plots the downfall of the St. Evremondes and other aristocrats.
Charles St. Evremonde
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