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What is Charles Dickens attitude towards the French Revolution in a Tale of Two Cities? Does he sympathize with the revolutionaries?

What is Charles Dickens attitude towards the French Revolution in a Tale of Two Cities? Does he sympathize with the revolutionaries?

In Education | Asked by alongley2186
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In my opinion, the only time Dickens really sympathises with the revolutionaries is when Defarge has the dilemma of letting Doctor Mannette escape France or to keep loyal to his wife and catch Mannette and kill him.

P.S. I also had to do this question, I go to Lancing College, England, just wondering if you do to, slim chance I know, but the question phrasing is the same.

P.P.S my initials are MD

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