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Tale of Two Cities

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It was the best of times, it was the worst of times... Those are the famous lines of Dickenss stirring tale of two cities, London and Paris, at the time of the French Revolution. Suspense gathers from the opening scene, the dramatic coach journey to Dover and the rescue of Dr. Manette from incarceration in the Bastille. At the centre of the novel are the figures of Sydne It was the best of times, it was the worst of times... Those are the famous lines of Dickenss stirring tale of two cities, London and Paris, at the time of the French Revolution. Suspense gathers from the opening scene, the dramatic coach journey to Dover and the rescue of Dr. Manette from incarceration in the Bastille. At the centre of the novel are the figures of Sydney Carton and Charles Darnay, both men in love with the doctors beautiful daughter Lucie, linked together by fate and by the engulfing terrors of revolution. A Tale Of Two Cities was written at a time of crisis in Dickenss life. It is a wonderful love story and, aside from The Pickwick Papers , the most popular of all Dickenss novels.

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It was the best of times, it was the worst of times... Those are the famous lines of Dickenss stirring tale of two cities, London and Paris, at the time of the French Revolution. Suspense gathers from the opening scene, the dramatic coach journey to Dover and the rescue of Dr. Manette from incarceration in the Bastille. At the centre of the novel are the figures of Sydne It was the best of times, it was the worst of times... Those are the famous lines of Dickenss stirring tale of two cities, London and Paris, at the time of the French Revolution. Suspense gathers from the opening scene, the dramatic coach journey to Dover and the rescue of Dr. Manette from incarceration in the Bastille. At the centre of the novel are the figures of Sydney Carton and Charles Darnay, both men in love with the doctors beautiful daughter Lucie, linked together by fate and by the engulfing terrors of revolution. A Tale Of Two Cities was written at a time of crisis in Dickenss life. It is a wonderful love story and, aside from The Pickwick Papers , the most popular of all Dickenss novels.
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Title Tale of Two Cities Height
Charles Dickens Width
ISBN-13 9780140620788 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 0140620788 Spine Width
Publisher Penguin Books Pages 367
Edition Penguin Popular Classics Availability Out Of Stock

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