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Ghorakavi 1 Anuhya Ghorakavi Mrs. Weldon Pre AP English 10-Period 1 31 March 2008 Recalled to Life In Charles Dickens’s novel A Tale of Two Cities we are introduced to the well-developed theme of “Resurrection and Rebirth”. Through the use of vivid imagery and detailed explanations, Dickens exposes us we are exposed to the major and often dramatic “revivals” of characters including those of Doctor Manette, Sydney Carton, Charles Darnay, and Jerry Cruncher. From the early chapters of the book we are aware of a secret message, “Recalled to Life” (15), and as the novel continues, Dickens integrates and weaves this theme through the pages of his book. As the novel opens, we accompany are accompanying Mr. Jarvis Lorry on his journey through the Dover Road, and are thereby introduced to Jerry Cruncher, a messenger . Cruncher delivers a mysterious message whose reply was “Recalled to Life” (Dickens 15). Though not aware at the time, Dickens later informs us we are later informed that this message refers to the recent discovery of a prisoner of the Bastille who had been missing for many years. This prisoner
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This note was uploaded on 08/01/2011 for the course ENGLISH 1B taught by Professor Pugh during the Winter '08 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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