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A Tale of Two Cities 3

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Mr.Lorry
Banker and friend of the Manettes
Lucie
Marries Charles
Dr.Manette
Cobbles shoes when distressed
Miss Pross
Lucie's friend/servant
Ernest Defarge
Wine shop keeper
Jacques
any revolutionary/Jacobin
Jerry Cruncher
Part-time grave robber
Charles Darnay
Renounces his family name
Sydney Carton
Smart lawyer with low self esteem
Stryver
Carton's employer
Cly
spy
Barsad
spy
Marquis St.Everemonde
Darnay's uncle
Gabelle
Charles' tutor
Madame Defarge
Keeps a register of people she wants to kill
Bastille
a prison
Tellsons
bank in London
cask of wine
foreshadows blood of revolution
suspense
tension to see how events will unfold
flashback
event from an earlier time
fortitude
great courage
Foulon
Parisian Governor who said "Let them eat grass!'
The Vengeance
Madame Defarge's lieutenant
England and France 1775
ruled by kings and queens who enjoy divine right and believe status quo is everlasting
Charles Darnay renounces family name
to honor his mother's dying wish
crowd at grindstone supports Dr.Manette
Dr.Manette is a folk-hero after imprisonment in the Bastille
Madame Defarge is cheated
Charles Darnay lives, as does his family
La Force
prison in Paris
Carmagnole
frenzied dance of the mob
treason
actions against one's country
Solomon Pross
John Barsad
Guillotine
a machine for beheading people, used as a means of execution during the French Revolution
Dr. Manette
third person to denounce Charles Darnay
Sydney Carton's final words to Lucie
"A life you love"
Seamstress
innocent victim of the French Revolution