The scene is placed in Soho, at the home of Dr. and Lucie Manette.
Chapter 9. (IX)
Paris and London.
The significance of the broken wine-cask scene in a tale if two cities is that it foreshadows the blood of the nobles that will stain the ground.
Generally it is talking about the conditions of the cities which are disbalanced
grim and sombre
It is dark and uncertain.
In book the second's chapter 23 Fire Rises.
Sydney Carton was the jackal.
The scene foreshadows the eventual blood shed.
In A Tale of Two Cities the wine scene showed poverty by all of the citizens going and drinking the wine and not caring what it was.
The moveable framework within that first chapter refers to the guilliotine.
chapter 12 book 3
It's in chapter 21 of Book the Second. It should be called Echoing Footsteps.
Because of the storming Bastille
The place where the Marquis lived.
That occurs in Book 2 either chapter 7, or chapter 8 (im not sure which)
A Tale of Two cities is set in the French Revolution. The two cities are London and Paris, and the action of the plot takes place in the 1790s.
it forshadows the people participating in the revolution
Chapter 21 page. 220