A Tale of Two Cities - Book 3, Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Book 3, Chapter 13 Summary

Charles waits alone for his doom in the prison. Fifty-two heads will fall on the next day. He writes a letter to Lucie, begging her not to enquire from her father regarding whether he remembered the letter but to realize that her father had tried his utmost to save his life. He writes a letter to Manette to care for his wife and daughter. He gives all of them, then, to Mr. Lorry and gives him his last words about his affairs. After an endless evening, day finally falls and he is suddenly treated to the appearance of Sydney. Sydney has Charles write a letter while he anesthetizes him and has him carted away by Barsad, after dressing in his clothes. He stays behind- for it is Sydney who will be executed. In the carriage, the guards let them pass. Lorry shows them Sydney's pass...

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