A Tale of Two Cities | Study Guide

Charles Dickens

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A Tale of Two Cities | Character Map

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Sydney Carton Heavy-drinking English lawyer; loves Lucie Lucie Manette Young French woman raised in England; loved by everyone Dr. Manette French doctor released from the Bastille Monsieur Defarge French wine shop owner and revolutionary leader Spouses Spouses Friends Friends Father Trustee Former servant Guardian Madame Defarge French revolutionary; knits list of the condemned Mr. Lorry English banker with a gentle heart Charles Darnay French aristocrat; abandons his title
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