A Tale of Two Cities - Study Guide Book 2, Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

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Owing to Tellson having two locations, one in England and one in France, Mr. Lorry has decided that he must go to France. He will take Jerry with him. Charles admires his gallantry at going at his age. The House approaches Lorry with a letter addressed to the Marquis St. Evremonde, which is Darnay's French name. Darnay has sworn an oath to Doctor Manette not to reveal this name for others so he only tells Lorry that he knows the person for whom the letter is intended and will give it to him, meaning, of course, himself. The letter is from his Uncle's servant, Gabelle. It is a request to rescue him from a prison in the Abbaye, where he has been condemned to death. He stays up late writing a letter to Lucie and a letter to her Father, explaining why he must go...

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