A Tale of Two Cities - Study Guide Book 3, Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Manette's letter describes an encounter on a moonlit night in 1757 when a carriage stops by the Doctor. Identified by name and seated between two armed twin brothers, he is driven to an isolated house. There he hears cries from an upper chamber. His first patient is a lady, who ritualistically calls out, "My husband, my father, and my brother!" Manette now sees another patient, a boy, brother to his first patient, now dying a sword wound. His sister was taken from her husband as a plaything for the brothers. Her husband was chained to a cart like a dog, eventually dying. When her father heard about his sister, his heart burst. The boy then hides his other sister far away and tries to rescue his other sister. In that attempt, he is fatally wounded. At the end, he curses the Evremondes and dies. Later, the...

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