A Tale of Two Cities

A Tale of Two Cities - A Tale of Two Cities W When writing...

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A Tale of Two Cities A When writing a book, most authors are writing about an issue they have. W However, other themes become apparent through the course of the piece, either H consciously or subconsciously. One such theme is a reversal of characters in A Tale of T Two Cities. Individuals and groups of people change dramatically from the outset of the o book all the way up to its conclusion. Three of the most obvious changes in character are c Sydney Carton, Madame DeFarge, and the French people as a whole. S Sydney Carton is first described at Darnay's trial as not paying attention to what's w going on, sort of an oaf. He is portrayed as a drunk, and even admits this to Darnay on D their "date." However, love, they say, is strong; Carton's love for Lucy changed him h greatly though the course of the novel. He stopped drinking when he visited, and even e pledged his life to her, and everyone she loved. Carton changed even more dramatically d when death on the guillotine was approaching. He waxed philosophical about the
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