Additional Resources for A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens

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Cates Baldridge, "Alternatives to Bourgeois Individualism in A Tale of Two Cities," Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900, Vol 30, Autumn, 1990, pp. 633-54.

A Marxist reading which sees the book as sympathetic to the collectivist ideology of the Revolution.

Thomas Carlyle, The French Revolution- A History, 2 volumes, Boston, MA: Little, Brown, 1838.

TIus work by the famous Victorian author and critic is traditionally credited with providing the inspiration for Dickens's scenes of Revolutionary life in France during the period covered in A Tale of Two Cities.

Dickens Studies Annual, Vol. 12, Southern Illinois University Press, 1983.

A collection of essay ranging across an array of topics about the novel.

John Drinkwater, "The Grand Manner. Thoughts upon A Tale of Two Cities," Essays of the Year, London: Argonaut, 1929-1930, pp 3-14.

In this essay, Drinkwater examines the manner in which A Tale of Two Cities reveals Dickens's creative talent.

K. J. Fielding, "Separation-and...

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