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A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens-Hardcover

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It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness.
The year was 1775 and Lucie Manette, a young self- sacrificing orphan, realised she had been living a lie. Her father, Doctor Manette, whom she had taken for dead was, in fact, alive. The self-exiled nephew of the Marquis Evremonde, Charles Darnay was accused of treason in 1780, Madame Defarge, a victim of the French aristocracy, stitched a hidden registry of those condemned to die and Sydney Carton, the brilliant yet dissolute alcoholic English lawyer in love with Lucie, were all battling the social ills that had besieged France and England. from the serene lanes of London, they were drawn against their will to the bloodstained streets of Paris at the peak of the Reign of Terror and soon the guillotine cast a lethal shadow over their lives.
Originally published in 1859, in weekly instalments in All the Year Round, a British weekly literary magazine, A Tale of Two Cities is a masterpiece which captures the reader

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It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness.
The year was 1775 and Lucie Manette, a young self- sacrificing orphan, realised she had been living a lie. Her father, Doctor Manette, whom she had taken for dead was, in fact, alive. The self-exiled nephew of the Marquis Evremonde, Charles Darnay was accused of treason in 1780, Madame Defarge, a victim of the French aristocracy, stitched a hidden registry of those condemned to die and Sydney Carton, the brilliant yet dissolute alcoholic English lawyer in love with Lucie, were all battling the social ills that had besieged France and England. from the serene lanes of London, they were drawn against their will to the bloodstained streets of Paris at the peak of the Reign of Terror and soon the guillotine cast a lethal shadow over their lives.
Originally published in 1859, in weekly instalments in All the Year Round, a British weekly literary magazine, A Tale of Two Cities is a masterpiece which captures the reader
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Title A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens-Hardcover Height 205
Charles Dickens Width 130
ISBN-13 9781310392822 Binding HARDCOVER
ISBN-10 1310392822 Spine Width 15
Publisher The Gresham Publishing Pages 275
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