A Tale of Two Cities is a novel about a woman named
Madame Defarge who wants revenge on the aristocrats. Madame
Defarge wants revenge on the evermondes because the
evermondes killed her sister and her family. Now she knits
peoples names that she plans on getting revenge on. Madame
Defarge is a commoner and she doesn't like the aristocrats.
In seeking vengeance, Madame Defarge has acquired the very
traits of those who wronged her. She
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hunger, their need for vengeance and relief
confirms the inevitability of revolution.
The French Revolution was inevitable because the
aristocracy had exploited and plundered the poor until they
were driven to extreme measures. The Marquis St. Evremonde
is uncaring and has no respect for life. This is especially
apparent when he cold-heartedly runs down an innocent child
with his carriage. In payment for the inconvenience,
Monseigneur throws a single coin to the child’s parent.