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Who are they? Trials and Tribulations Family Matters What’s with the Marquis? Randomness
This character does not have a loving relationship with his wife.
Until this character came along, Charles’ defense during the trial wasn’t cutting it.
This character is said to be somewhat misunderstood until you get to know him/her.
This character lives sort of a double life.
He is the uncle to Charles Darnay.
Monsieur the Marquis
They are witnesses for the prosecution.
Lucie Manette and Doctor Manette
This character is Darnay’s counsel during the trial.
This character is directed to go to court to act as a messenger for Mr. Lorry.
This is what Charles is being charged for in court.
Treason against England
Charles Darnay is acquitted of all charges based on this supportive testimony.
Dr. Manette and Lucie testified that they had met Darnay five years earlier on their voyage from Paris to England when the Doctor was released from prison.
This character frequently visits the Manette home on Sundays.
Mr. Jarvis Lorry
This person is described as a lovely housekeeper, who helps to ensure that everyone is happy and satisfied.
These two people are also seen at the Manette’s home to visit Lucie.
Charles Darnay and Sydney Carton
These two family members argue about their family and its use of its social position.
Charles Darnay and The Marquis
This is what Charles says he will do with his uncle’s estate if he inherits it.
Charles will follow his mother’s wishes and turn the estate over to the people who have for generations worked and suffered for it.
This occurs after the Marquis leaves the party of the Monseigneur’s.
The Marquis’ carriage runs over and kills a small child.
This is who the Marquis blames for the accident.
The crowd of peasants that forms because they don’t take care of their children.
This character murdered the Marquis.
A tall, thin peasant man, who rode from Paris underneath the Marquis’ carriage
This person hides underneath the Marquis’ carriage.
A tall, thin peasant man
This is what the Marquis worries about after the accident occurs.
That his horses were hurt.
This is what Aggerawayter does that upsets Jerry Cruncher.
Mr. Carton thinks of himself in this way.
Sydney Carton does not have a positive outlook on himself. He has no self-confidence and drinks to elevate his pain.
The French countryside is described as this.
It is just as disheveled as the peasant people described.
These characters have taken a love interest in Lucie Manette.
Stryver, Darnay, and Carton
This is the name that Stryver calls Carton.
Who are they? Trials and Tribulations Family Matters.
A Tale of Two Cities Book The First: Recalled to Life.
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Book the Third Chapter 9 By Ellen. Characters Sydney Carton Barsad (Sheep of the prisons) Mr. Lorry Jerry Cruncher Little wood sawyer citizen Chemist.
Unit 22 Charles Dickens 1. “Oliver Twist” 2. “David Copperfield” 3. “Hard Times” 4. “Great Expectations” 5. “A Tale of Two Cities”
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Summary A prisoner is put on trial for conspiring against Britain, giving strategic military information to the Colonists in America. The Jury is pressured.
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Charles Dickens(England) Main Characters In This Novel: 1.Dr Manette( 曼奈特医生 ) 2.Lucie Manette （露西. 曼奈特） 3.Monsieur Defarge （德法奇先生） 4.Marquis St.Evremonde.
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Written By Charles Dickens. A Tale of Two Cities takes place in London, England and Paris, France between the years 1775 to 1793; shows the beginning.
A Tale of Two Cities Summary. Book The First: Recalled to Life “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom it was the.
TRIUMPH Book 3, chapter 6 Hailey Brown. CHARACTERS Darnay Defarge Madame Defarge Theophile Gabelle Doctor Manette Mr. Lorry Lucie Manette.
Book 3 Chapter 6: Triumph By definition, a triumph is a great victory or achievement. This chapter is titled Triumph because in court, Darnay was freed,
By: Katie Ross Book 3: Chapter 13. On the day Darnay is supposed to be executed there are a total of fifty-two people that are supposed to go to the Guillotine.
Book 3 Chapter 11 By: Rachel Ragar. The definition of dusk is “the darker stage of twilight” one of the darker chapters of the book.
Tale of Two Cities Recaps. Book the Second: “ The Golden Thread ”
Significance of Chapter Title “Nine days” refers to the amount of time Miss Pross and Mr. Lorry keep watch over Dr. Manette after his post-wedding mental.
SIENNA CHRIST A Knock At The Door. A KNOCK AT THE DOOR ENDS UP LEADING TO CHARLES'S RE-ARREST ON UNEXPLAINED CRIMES A Knock At The Door.
By Naimisha Rachakonda. Sydney Carton acts very sly and cunning here trying to win over Barsad into the plan Carton has to help Darnay. The hand of cards.
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The Game Made Alexis Johnson. Significance of Title Carton won and is now blackmailing Barsad into doing what he wants.
Background Dickens' twelfth novel was published in his new weekly journal, All the Year Round, without illustrations. Simultaneously with the weekly parts,
Event: French Revolution Time: 1789 – 1799 Course: The poor of the cities and the peasants in the country rose up against the king and the nobles. Result:
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Learning Objectives: You will understand background information relative to an author and novel. You will review study guide questions, new vocabulary.
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