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A Tale of Two Cities Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 3, Chapter 7 Summary

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Book 3, Chapter 7 Summary

The victory has a very powerful effect on the disposition of Doctor Manette. He has not truly been the savior of his family. Jerry Cruncher and Miss Pross often go out to buy supplies. It seems like the family is safe until the terrible knock on the door. Doctor Manette reassures Lucie that Charles is safe. But it is not true. Charles has been denounced again, by the Defarges and by someone else.

Book 3, Chapter 7 Analysis

The knock on the door is only surprising to someone who has not caught on to Dickens. His goal is to make the reader feel totally insecure until the end of the story. All the love and good feeling of this family and friends is constantly diluted by the nature of the era, which is, indeed, "the worst of times."

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