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The Images in A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens

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What does this show us about the character of the speaker? ANSWER 20: This shows us about the character of the speaker that he is a strong-willed man who has realized that he finally cannot continue on with his life like a bachelor and should get married. It also tells that he is confident enough of his financial status and is proud that he is wealthy enough to marry a woman who deserves to live with a wealthy man like himself, a man who is continuing to excel in life. Part II- Answer each of the following questions in paragraph form in a MINIMUM of 150 words.

1. List at least THREE reasons why the arrest and condemnation of Darnay at the last trial was unjust? ANSWER 1: The arrest and condemnation of Darnay at the last trial were unjust because he was illegitimately being held. Two men namely John Barsad and Roger Cly were two British spies. They were trying to accuse Darnay of treason. They wanted to do this out of their own concern. The accusation that they had made against him was that Darnay had given information about British troops that were stationed in North America to the French. It was also a fact that the French aristocracy was not considered as the very safe of its kind.

He was accused of being an aristocrat and was tried in the French RepublicMadam Defarge had sought to take personal revenge from the Evremonde family. Mr. Darnay was a blood relative of the Evremonde family and was also related to them in the manner that he was married to Madam Lucie. Thus, it was because of Madam Defarge that Darnay was re-arrested, taken for trial and eventually sentenced to death. 2.

Explain how each of the following characters was "recalled to life. " Write one paragraph of 150 words about each character below: a. Dr. Manette b. Darnay c. Sidney Carton(at the end of the book) ANSWER 2 a. Dr. Manette was imprisoned for eighteen ears in LaBastille Paris without any just reason. The jail where he was imprisoned was in Paris. Having been released once, his Daughter had bought him back to England.

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