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A Tale of Two Cities: A Story of The French Revolution

 By Charles Dickens

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ISBN : 9789357943598

Year of Publication : 2022

Edition : Latest Revised

No. of Pages : 384

Weight : 350 g

Language : English

Condition : New

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A Tale of Two Cities begins in London and Paris and presents the most remarkable saga of love, chaos, duality and uprising all through the French Revolution. It was the best of times, the worst of times; it was the age of wisdom and the age of foolishness. In 1775 Lucie Manette, a young orphan realised that she had been living a fake life. Her father whom she had taken for dead was, in fact, alive. Charles Darnay, the self-exiled nephew of the Marquis Evremonde was accused of sedition. Madame Defarge, a victim of the French nobility made a registry of those condemned to die and Sydney Carton, an alcoholic English lawyer in love with Lucie. They were all fighting the social issues that had besieged France and England. A Tale of Two Cities is a masterpiece which captures the reader's attention towards its haunting narrative of the French Revolution. Charles Dickens presents a picture of sacrifice and redemption through this fiction and believes firmly in the virtues of renaissance and transformation.

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