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9. Theme 2: Revolution

A Tale of Two Cities

Charles Dickens, 1859
Famous for: A bloody cask of wine, dozens of rolling heads, and TWO of just about everything important.

Charles Dickens must have been pretty obsessed with the French Revolution in order to write a whole book about it. So then here’s a question: What were Dickens’s feelings about the French Revolution? Was he for or against it? What’s his point of view in A Tale of Two Cities? You’ll find out when you explore “Theme 2.”

 

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