A Tale of Two Cities - Study Guide Book 2, Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, Chapter 13 Summary

Sydney Carton is still his despondent, morose self when visiting the Manettes. Nonetheless, he takes comfort in being in the vicinity of the house. One day, he visits Lucie and tells her how, at one moment, he had been inspired by his love of Lucie, but he knew it would come to nothing and he has given up. The one thing he wants her to know that he would give up his life for her or for anyone that she might hold dear. Lucie is touched by his extraordinary devotion to her and dismayed at his inability to change or for her to move him in that direction any further.

Book 2, Chapter 13 Analysis

Carton, of all the heroes in all the books of this world, is probably one of the most selfless when it comes to the ways of love. As a character, his is...

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