A Tale of Two Cities

A Tale of Two Cities (Paperback)

By Charles Dickens , James Weber Linn 
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Publisher: Nabu Press
Edition: Paperback
Language: English
ISBN: 1172295859
EAN: 9781172295852
No. of Units: 1
No. of Pages: 486
Publish Date: 2010-9-10
Binding: Paperback
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Title: A Tale of Two Cities
Publisher: Nabu Press
Author: Charles Dickens , James Weber Linn
Edition: Paperback
Language: English
ISBN: 1172295859
EAN: 9781172295852
No. of Units: 1
No. of Pages: 486
Publish Date: 2010-9-10
Binding: Paperback

A Tale of Two Cities Review

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By Nisha Gupta, 2008-07-15 12:02:30.0

Charles Dickens was the finest author of historical literature. This is a masterwork by Charles Dickens. I was fully fascinated by the charm I felt while reading the book that I could not stop myself from writing a review for “A Tale of Two Cities”. I wanted to complement the author by sharing my views on the book. The book is set between Paris and London. The plot is strong. The language is simple and characters are well defined. Sydney Carton is an intelligent assistant of Mr. Stryver, the Lawyer of Charles Darnay. Carton loves Lucy Manette who marries Charles Darnay. Carton saves Darnay from death sentence with his brilliant art of prosecution. This tale is far different from Charles other famous novels. It is a a story of personal loyalty, friendship, and communion. “A Tale of Two Cities” is an exciting novel and is highly recommended for all ages. Written in simple language, the book is easy to read and can inspire young readers. The end of the “A Tale of Two Cities” is an interesting one. For those who love historical novels it’s a must read.

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