A Tale of Two Cities - Charles Dickens - A Short Summary & Review

A short summary of the book A Tale of Two Cities:

Nobility and other acts of the French Revolution.

My favorite Charles Dickens quote from the book:

"Death may beget life, but oppression can beget nothing other than itself."

Questions to ponder while reading A Tale of Two Cities:

Under what conditions would you give up your life?

Can a revolution go too far?

My thoughts about A Tale of Two Cities:

Guilt compels a lot of actions.

The Reign of Terror was an awful period of time.

Embrace your life.


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