A Tale of Two Cities Book PDF Download By Charles Dickens

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 Name of Book

 A Tale of Two Cities

Name of Author

Charles Dickens

 Language of Book

 English

 Size of Book

  26 MB

Total Pages 

 488

Category of Book

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A Tale of Two Cities is an 1859 authentic novel by Charles Dickens, first set in London and Paris and during the French Revolution. The story of the shrewd French doctor Manet recounts his 18-drawn out captive at the Bastille in Paris, and his delivery to live in London with his little girl, Lucie, whom he had never met. The story is set against circumstances that lead to the French Revolution and the Reign of Terror. As Dickens's most popular work of chronicle fiction, A Tale of Two Cities is considered one of the most incredible selling books of all time. In 2003, the novel was ranked 63rd in the BBC's The Big Read survey. The novel has been adapted for film, TV, radio, and the stage, and continues to influence mainstream society.

Its enduring opening lines, "It was the most dreadful of times, it was the most dreadful of times..." set up for a general account that ranged from dramatization, greatness, honor, history, emotion, ruthlessness, austerity, and restoration. hooks up. Charles Dickens's A Tale of Two Cities is one of the most widely read and famous works in the English language. Dickens recently sent his magazine All the Year Round in 1859. Around the same time, he began highlighting A Tale of Two Cities in his new magazine, week after week 31, of excerpts. The book was long joined into a single duplicate and divided into three important sections as it is presented today. In this awe-inspiring tale of adoration and misfortune set during the ghastly occasions of the French Revolution in 1789, the themes of the two show consistently as rival sides of the same coin. London and Paris are two urban communities, Sidney Carton and Charles Darnay are the two saints, Lucie Manet and Madame Defarge are individually adulterated and abhorrent women and they are repeated with shadow and obscurity, austerity and disrespect, solemnity and otherness. form a double structure. subject in the book. Sidney Carton, a young, profane, and disgraced English lawyer seeks the protection of Charles Darnay, a young French blue-blooded man convicted of betrayal in London. Both look similar to each other. Lucie Manet, a beautiful young French young woman, and her father, Dr. Manet, who had experienced in France under the monstrosity of honor, are currently living a peaceful life in London. Charles and Lucy are infatuated, yet Sydney Carton is also giddy with her. Meanwhile, a storm of change is about to hit France. Monsieur Defarge, a wine storekeeper and past worker of Dr. Manet, leads the Progressives. His wife, Madame Defarge, is a terrible woman who rejoices in repentance. She has also experienced under the blue-blood system and currently seeks to annihilate all those who harassed her. Charles Darnay returns to Paris to rescue an old worker who has been captured by the Progressives. He is caught by the dissidents and sentenced to death by guillotine. The story, at that point, takes some emotionally exciting turns down the road before reaching its final and most unexpected ending. As perhaps the most surprising and deeply moving story ever written by a brilliant and skilled narrator, A Tale of Two Cities is certainly an arresting and remarkable experience for the readers, all else being equal.


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