One of the two cities where the book takes place and where the Manettes and Darnay make their home after they are persecuted in France.
This is a scene of a violent and brutal revolution that wreaks havoc on the lives of the book's main characters.
This is the violent revolutionaries' method of choice for executions.
One Hundred Five, North Tower
Dr. Manette is imprisoned in this cell.
Shoemaker's bench & tools
Dr. Manette comforts himself with these when he reverts back to his trance-like state.
Madame Defarge's knitting
This is a register of people who are marked for execution.
This is the home of Monseigneur the Marquis and scene of his assassination.
This suburb of Paris where the residents are extremely poor.
These are worn by the revolutionaries, and are symbolic of the newfound freedom of the peasants...
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