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Monsieur Defarge thinks showing Dr Manette to certain people will fuel the reveloution. After the people see what being thrown in prison does to someone they'll want to join the revolution.

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They are same as their past is smehow related to aristocrats,they had to suffer because of aristocrats.


madame Defarge doesn't miss anything because she sat kniting beside the door and when Dr. Manette said that he want the shoe and the shoe tools she said in a hurry and she went to get them.


I believe it was Monseignur DeFarge. But honestly read the book. Its in chapter five book one somewhere.


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the first trial is for treason, the second one is for having a bad rep., and the third one is for being a relative to the marqukis, cause marqukis and Charles father raped madame defarge's sister, and killed her brother, sister, and brother-in-law. defarge, madame defarge, and dr manette are the three who send him to prison. that's why dr manette was in prison, cause the twin brothers didn't want to get caught.


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