A Tale of Two Cities

By (author)Charles Dickens

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Pages 371

Charles-Darnay-and-Sydney-Carton-are-alike-in-appearance,-different-in-character-and-in-love-with-the-same-woman.-In-the-midst-of-the-French-Revolution,-Darnay,-who-has-fled-to-London-to-escape-the-cruelty-of-the-French-nobility,-must-return-to-Paris-to-rescue-his-servant-from-death.-But-he-endangers-his-own-life-and-is-captured.-Carton-may-be-able-to-help,-but-will-his-resemblance-be-enough-to-save-Darnay’s-life?

Charles-Darnay-and-Sydney-Carton-are-alike-in-appearance,-different-in-character-and-in-love-with-the-same-woman.-In-the-midst-of-the-French-Revolution,-Darnay,-who-has-fled-to-London-to-escape-the-cruelty-of-the-French-nobility,-must-return-to-Paris-to-rescue-his-servant-from-death.-But-he-endangers-his-own-life-and-is-captured.-Carton-may-be-able-to-help,-but-will-his-resemblance-be-enough-to-save-Darnay’s-life?

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