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Why is the Marquis concerned in A Tale of Two Cities?
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He is concerned about a few things. He is concerned that the child he ran over caused damage to his horses. He is concerned that he is not as well received at court as he used to be. He is concerned that Darnay will make him look bad (and is concerned enough by it that he believes he might have to create something to get him arrested and out of Evermonde's hair).

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