Fate - V amsi Reddy Fate, Life is like a game of cards. 6th...

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Vamsi Reddy 6 th Period 8/11/10 Fate, Life is like a game of cards. “The hand you are dealt is determinism, the way you play it is free will” The concept of “Fate” is deeply in play within A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens and in “Fate and Free Will” (Document 1) by Joel Booker; fate is the concept of something being foretold or planned as a consequence for your actions. In Document 1, “Fate” is described briefly, but the author tends to believe more in “Free will.” In Dickens’s book, the concept of “Fate” is used many times and expressed deeply. In Document 1, it describes how Henry Ford created the automobile by “Free will”. It was “Fate” he even had the idea to create an automobile in the first place. In Dickens’s book, Sydney Carton is a drunkard and life waster. The first time “Fate” is shown is when Mr. Lorry intervenes with Lucie. If he had not come to Lucie, she would have never known that her father was alive and would have never rejoiced with him. This
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