Themes In A Tale of Two Cities

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A Tale of Two Cities- Themes In order to make a great novel what it is, as Charles Dickens did on many occasions, there must be a variety of themes included within the novel which are frequently expressed throughout, that causes the reader come out with a sense of higher moral understanding than they had before reading it. Three of the most dominant and recurring themes presented in “A Tale of Two Cities” are those …

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…those strongly expressed in the plot of “A Tale of Two Cities”, remain in the minds of the reader forever and can even cause them to take a different outlook on certain life situations. Dickens portrayal of many a theme in not only “A Tale of Two Cities, “ but in each of his many novels, are very strong and defined and can be easily identified, especially themes such as revenge resurrection, and altruism. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ **Bibliography**