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A Tale of Two Cities Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 3, Chapter 11 Summary

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Book 3, Chapter 11 Summary

Lucie is shocked by the sentence, yet she successfully pleads with the tribunal to embrace him for the last time. Darnay tells Manette not to suffer for his letter. He has truly done his best. Lucie faints, and Sydney Carton then carries her to her coach. Little Lucie clings to Carton who secretly whispers to her, "I love you," which she remembers in old age. Carton tells Manette to plea to some judges for Charles' life. He tells Lorry he knows this is futile, but thinks, for posterity, he should make the effort.

Book 3, Chapter 11 Analysis

Dickens spares nobody in this cruel final moment. Now all appears to be lost for Charles. Still, there is the remarkable Sydney Carton who always shows his face at the strangest moments. He will turn out to be the greatest instigator of all.

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