A Tale of Two Cities - Study Guide Book 2, Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, Chapter 10 Summary

Charles establishes himself as a Tutor of French literature and language. Some of his clients are at Cambridge University. Others are in London. Believing that he has settled the question of livelihood, he then decides to approach Doctor Manette regarding his love for Lucie. His love his deep, abiding and complete, but he wishes the Doctor's approval. He swears that he will not separate Lucie from her father. If Lucie should bring his courtship to the Doctor's attention, will the Doctor urge "no influence" against him? The doctor affirms he will not, but refuses to hear why Charles is in England- until the courtship is resolved and only on the day of his marriage of his marriage to Lucy.

Book 2, Chapter 10 Analysis

Charles' nobility of spirit is reflected in two ways in this chapter. First, he not only renounced his aristocratic roots, but he has...

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