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Dickens was a master of the metaphor and was also very skilled in the use of anaphora. In A Tale of Two Cities, he also utilizes paradox and irony.


Dramatic irony is the literary term used in A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens.


Generally it is talking about the conditions of the cities which are disbalanced



In book the second's chapter 23 Fire Rises.



a biblical allusion when he speaks of the wine


The moveable framework within that first chapter refers to the guilliotine.


It's in chapter 21 of Book the Second. It should be called Echoing Footsteps.




That occurs in Book 2 either chapter 7, or chapter 8 (im not sure which)


it forshadows the people participating in the revolution



Charles darnay's trial (book two chapter 3)


He is the roadmender. I think He is the one who symbolizes fate, the guillotine and all.



The death of the Marquis. The sunset makes it seem like he has blood on himself.



Giovan Francesco Straparola Giovan Francesco Straparola: known as the the "father" of the literary fairy tale.


A Tale of Two Cities was created in 1859.


The scene is placed in Soho, at the home of Dr. and Lucie Manette.


Charles Dickens wrote A Tale of Two Cities.


Charles Dickens wrote A Tale of Two Cities.