Tale Of Two Cities Quotes

“Repression is the only lasting philosophy. The dark defense of fear and slavery will keep the dogs obedient to the whip.” Marquis Evermonde
“After having been in danger of my life, I have been seized with great violence and indignity and brought to Paris.” Gabelle
who is the “Honest Tradesman”? jerry Cruncher
who calls Lucie a mincing fool? mr. Stryver
“going fishing” is an example of what literary term? euphemism
” It Is too late. I shall never be better than I am. I shall sink lower and be worse.” Sydney Carton
“Perhaps George Wshington might gain almost as great a name in history as King George 3.” Charles Darnay
” I play my ace. Look over your hand Mr. Barsad and see what you have.” Sydney Carton
“My mind missives me much that you have used the respectable house of Tellson’s as a blind and have an unlawful occupation of an infamous description.” mr. Lorry
who left the note ” drive him fast to his tomb”? gaspard when he murdered the Marquis
What is the symbol of oppression by the nobility that the peasants attacked? Bastille
symbol off the the relationship of Lucie and her father the plane tree
the “old companion” is symbolic of shoemaking
hotel de Ville is city hall
What is The substance of the shadow reason for Madame defarges revenge
” if you remember the words that passed between us long ago, you will readily comprehend this when you see it.” Sydney Carton in Darnay’s prison cell
themes in the novel recalled to life(most reoccurring)Love is stronger than hateSelf sacrifice and altruismMans inhumanity to manTh sins of the fathers come upon the sons????
Theme: struggle between miss Pross and Madame defarge love is stronger than hate
Theme: revolutionaries killing foulon and stuffing his face with grass man’s inhumanity to man
“Is it being a good wife to oppose your husband’s business?” Jerry Cruncher
” you were a bachelor in your cradle” Miss Pross to mr. Lorry
Who was sheep of the prisons John Barsad
which characters staged their own death? roger cly and foulon
Who is “the short plump wife of starved grocer and friend of Madame defarge?” The vengeance
Symbol: echoing footsteps french rev
Literary device: forty furies and gorgons head mythological allusion
nickname for guillotine national razor (replaced the cross)
“Fellow of delicacy” is Stryver
“Fellow of no delicacy” Is Carton
” I have been a man of business ever since I have been a man” mr. Lorry
” I will do nothing for you. My duty is to my country and people” Monsieur Defarge
“I am sure that. He is capable of good thigs, gentle things, even magnanimous things” Lucie
“yes, the loadstone rock was drawing him and he must sail on until struck, but he hardly saw danger” who is he? Charles Darnay
symbolism: red rose signal today warn revolutionaries that a spy is in the shop
“I am the resurrection and the life” cartonBiblical allusion
figurativelanguage: “the drum’s was the only voice in Saint Antoine that blood and hurry had not changed” Personification
“it was a heavy mass of building- a story business altogether with stony balustrades and stone urns and stone flowers and stone faces in all directions.” Marquis Evermonde’s chateau
Wild looking womanRed hairDressed in some extraordinary tight-fitting fashionBonnet Miss Pross
Symbolism:Scarecrow- Peasants
Symbolism:Birds, fine of song monarchy
Character:Wine shop keeperBulk neckedMartial lookingMan of 30 Hot temperamentCurly short dark hair Monsieur Defarge
character: Stout womanWatchful eyeSteady faceStrong featuresGreat composure of manner Madame defarge
Character:Faintness of voice was pitiable and dreadfulPhysical weakness through confinementHopeless and lost creatureLonelyBody withered and wornTatters of clothesWhite beard, raggedly cutHollow face and bright eyes Manette
” if you hear in my voice- I don’t know that it is so, but I hope it is- if you hear in my voice any resemblance to a voice that once was sweet music in your ears, weep for it!” Lucie talking to Manette about a resemblance to her mom
Nickname:Golden Thread lucie
Nickname:Odd job manResurrection man Cruncher
Symbol:Jackal-Lion- cartonStryver
Nickname:Memory- carton
Character:”A heartless scoundrel who had stripped her of everything she possessed, as a stake to speculate with, and had abandoned her in her poverty of evermore” Solomon left Miss pross
Character:A man of about 60Handsome key dressed, hasty in manner, and with a face like a fine mask Marquis
Metaphor:Dogs peasantsStated by Marquis
“It is too late for that. I shall never be better than I am. I shall sink lower, and be worse. “ Carton
“if my career where of that better kind that there was an opportunity or capacity of sacrifice in it, I would embrace any sacrifice for you and for those dear to you. …… Got to keep the life you love beside you!” Carton speaking to Lucie
I saw him then, the year ago this running summer, underneath the carriage of the marquee, hanging by the chain. Behold the manner of it. I leaving my work on the road, the sun going to bed, the carriage of the marquee slowly acsending the hill, he handled by the chains like this. Mender of the roads- eye witness
Symbolism/ metaphor:Dolls-Birds- King and queenNobility
Character:40 years height5 feet 9Black hairComplexion darkHandsomeEyes darkFace thinNose goes towards left cheek John Barsad
What is the slogan of the revolution question? Republic one and indivisible, liberty, equality, fraternity, or death
“Five paces by four and a half” Darnay
“my dear friend, I have charmed life in the city. I have been have the Bastille prisoner. There is no picture it in Paris in Paris? Infants who, knowing me not to have been a prisoner in the Bastille, would touch me, except overwhelming with embraces, or carry me and try it. The old pain has given me a power that has brought us through the barrier, and gained us news of Charles there, and brought us here. Manette can help Darnay
Metaphor:Earth grindstone
MetaphorFairy Dr Manette bc he let ur Darnay
MetaphorJesus Carton
MetaphorBarber Executioner
My husband my father my brotherCounted to 12 Raped young girk
” a life you love” carton to Lucie
“Then tell wind and fire where to stop, but don’t tell me” Madame Defarge
Chapter title 52 number of ppl dying
” them poor things well out o this, never no more will I do it” jerry cruncherRecalked to life
What does carton envision child who bites his nameWinning is way up a life which once was hisHis name is made illustriousSimilar a forehead an golden hairHear him tell the child cartons story
” it is a far, far bette thing to do, than I have ever done; it is a far, far better rest that I go to than I have ever known” CartonEmphasize how brave he isDid something goodHe will be at peace with himselfHe knows he did such a magnanimous deed
Metaphor/ symbolismFarmerWoodsmith FateDeath
Mr lorey Works at TellsonsFormal and businesslike
Mr lorry escorts lucid from Dover to paris
Lucid vows ro End her fathers suffering
French rev July 14 1789

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