A Tale of Two cities is set in the . The two cities are London and Paris, and the action of the plot takes place in the 1790s.
about french revolution
The main conflict in A Tale of Two Cities is The French Revolution or Indiviual vs. Self.
TALE OF TWO CITIES IS told during the time of french revolution
A Tale of Two Cities is about life in London and in Paris. It takes place just before, and during, the French Revolution. It is about the demoralization of the French peasantry.
Yes, it is based on the French Revolution.
Somehow it does and somehow it doesnt!
It is a fiction were characters are concerned. But the French revolution was real.
A Tale of Two Cities
No but it's based upon events during the French revolution
A picture of life in England and France during the French Revolution.
The Jaques Three are revolutionaries. They assist in the Defarges' leading of the French Revolution.
A Tale of Two Cities focuses on the French Revolution, 1789-1799. The Jacquerie occurred in France during the Hundred Years' War, in 1358. More than 400 years separate the two, but they were both uprisings of the peasantry against suppression by the nobility.
A Tale of Two Cities is set partially in London and partially in Paris during the French Revolution--around 1775 is when the novel begins, and it spans several years.
FranceAlthough more specifically Paris and London during the French Revolution.
1859, around 80 years following the French Revolution, which is the setting of the novel.
To tell the reader what the French Revolution was like from his point of view for A+ its third person
The British took away French rebels to be guillotined. A good book about the French revolution is "A Tale of Two Cities."
The title refers to the two cities that Dickens features, London and Paris, during the time of the French Revolution.
No, they are in fact members of the lowest class in French society, the class that initiated the Revolution.
A Tale of Two Cities was written in 1859 by Charles Dickens. It is about peasants living in squalor in France in the years preceding the French revolution and compares it to the poor people living in London.
France (I think England, too), the French Revolution and the Reign of Terror (1789-1793).