A Tale of Two Cities - Study Guide Book 3, Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Book 3, Chapter 6 Summary

Charles' name is called out in the prison and he makes the customary farewells to the others, a ritual he has witnessed many times before. The night before his passage to the Concierge, fifteen prisoners were summoned and fifteen put to death. In the menagerie of the trial, various witnesses are called, the first being Citizen Gabelle, who has been let off because of Charles' appearance. His request for Charles is read in full and then Doctor Manette is called. He does well and his appearance is followed by Mr. Lorry, who speaks of the trial in England. Charles is set free with a shout of applause.

Book 3, Chapter 6 Analysis

When one realizes that this book is all about suspense, one should barely ever breathe a sigh of relief without some kind of reservation. Charles' bout with the revolutionaries will still take another turn. It...

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