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1 A Tale of Two Cities Book, The First Ch. 2-4 Questions
2 Questions Book, The First: Recalled to Life Book The First: Chapter 2Book The First, Chapter 2How does Dickens set the mood of the story? Evidence/CitationP 16 “Two other passengers,…” commentP 17 “The Dover mail…” commentPage 20 P: “With those words…” comment 5. How did passengers on the Dover mail interact with each other? Why did they act this way?6. . What was the guard’s initial reaction to the arrival of Jerry Cruncher?7. Who is Cruncher’s message for, and what is this gentleman’s occupation?8. What was Cruncher’s message, and what was the reply? What do you think these messages mean?
3 Questions Book, The First: Recalled to Life Book The First, Chapter 3Book The First, Chapter 4Chapter 3, 1st paragraph CommentP 22 “No, Jerry…” commentP 25 “He lowered the window…” commentWhat is Cruncher’s reaction to the message he is to take to Tellson’s?What question does Mr. Lorry ask the spectre? What is the spectre’s answer? 1. Describe Mr. Jarvis Lorry’s dress and physical appearance.2. Who is Mr. Lorry waiting for in Dover?3. Have Mr. Lorry and the young lady met before? If so, when and under what circumstance?4. What news does Mr. Lorry have for the young Lady?5. How does Jarvis Lorry deal with emotions?6. What is her reaction to the news?