A Tale of Two Cities - Study Guide Book 2, Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, Chapter 18 Summary

Charles Darnay confers with his father-in-law before the marriage. Mr. Lorry confides to Miss Pross how important Lucie has become to him. Doctor Manette comes out of the conference very pale. After the wedding and breakfast, the couple leaves. Lorry returns to the house after being detained at Tellson's. He finds Doctor Manette has returned to his shoemaking ways. They keep the Doctor's relapse from Lucie, who is on her honeymoon.

Book 2, Chapter 18 Analysis

As grim as this tale is, it is still the story of love and devotion among a small group of people. Lorry, Darnay, Miss Pross, the Doctor and Carton's lives surround Lucie. So closely are they knit, that one's misfortune pervades all the others. Such as it is, the Doctor's relapse may cause great concern to every one.

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