This classic and much-loved novel about the French Revolution offers deep
social commentary and an intriguing cast of characters. One of the best-
selling novels of all time, Charles Dickens’s A Tale of Two Cities recounts
the story of Alexandre Manette, a French physician who is released from a
long imprisonment on the eve of the French Revolution. As he sets out for
London to find his daughter Lucie, social and political turmoil in Paris
lead to the Reign of Terror. Against this backdrop, the reader is
introduced to a variety of characters and storylines in both cities that
are woven together to tell the story of a tumultuous era. This enduring
classic showcases at its finest Dickens’s flair for creating rich detail
and memorable characters.

Charles Dickens—A Tale of Two Cities

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