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A Tale of Two Cities is a captivating historical novel by Charles Dickens. It captures the sensitive nuances of the French Revolution in the cities of London and Paris. Through the story of Lucie Manette, a young woman who travels from England to Saint Autoine in France to find her father who has been released from prison, Dickens explores and comments on a whole range of issues like patriotism, justice, rebellion, awakening, resurgence, love and hatred.