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The phrase recalled to life said a multitude of times by Mr. Lorry as he is faced with the trouble of bringing Dr. Manette to freedom with the help of the Doctors daughter. He has been imprisoned for the past 18 years and has given up on life and freedom. Dickens uses this phrase to show that Mr. Lorry is given a person a new change at life from that of old. He has been brought back to the world and freedom. He was recalled to life.

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