A Tale of Two Cities - Study Guide Book 3, Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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On her way home- and before she knows about the new danger to Charles' life, Miss Pross, accompanied by Jerry, visits a wine shop, where she is poured out a portion of wine. Suddenly, a man rises from his table and moves to leave, crossing her path and setting off a loud scream from the generally proper Miss Pross. It is none other than her brother, Solomon, who she still reveres even though he stole from her and disappeared. They go outside and "Solomon" reveals that he was aware that she was in Paris. Jerry now asks him to reveal his name, saying he knows that he was a spy for the Old Bailey. Suddenly, a name is called out, "Barsad." Jerry affirms his recognition of the name and now sees that it is Sydney Carton who has called out the name. Sydney takes Barsad...

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