"A Tale of Two Cities" Analytical Essay by tpmaven

"A Tale of Two Cities"
A brief analysis of Charles Dickens' famous novel.
# 25438 | 1,462 words | 0 sources | MLA | 2002 | US
Published by on Mar 29, 2003 in Literature (English) , English (Analysis)


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Description:

This paper begins by providing a summary of the novel's main events, including a plot outline. It then discusses character analysis of the three main players in the story - Marquis Evr?monde; Madame Defarge and Darney. It specifically discusses the novel's conclusion and examines how the novel relates to world history.

From the Paper:

"Set between 1775 and 1793 in London and Paris, the central theme of Charles Dickens’ A Tale of Two Cities is that those who are victimized long enough will rise up and rebel against their oppressors. This novel deals with life and anarchy during the early French Revolution. Other themes of this novel that become apparent by its end include the possibility of resurrection, the necessity of sacrifice, and the opposition between true revolution and the self-perpetuating violence of the revolutionaries."

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