A Tale of Two Cities - Study Guide Book 2, Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, Chapter 11 Summary

Stryver confesses his intention to marry Lucie to Carton at five o'clock in the morning after one of their own long night work and carousing sessions. He thinks Sydney may have a disparaging view of Lucie as "a golden-haired doll" because of a former comment. Carton denies his disapproval of the idea. He recommends that Carton get married, too.

Book 2, Chapter 11 Analysis

In a comic surprise in this somber story, Stryver, filled with his own self-importance, decides to go after Lucie as a wife. Carton does not disapprove, but seems to view the situation with little concern for an actual outcome in marriage. .

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