A Tale of Two Cities, by Charles Dickens. Analysis of the character Sydney Carton
Charles Dicken's A Tale of Two Cities was written as a political commentary to inform the people of the causes of the revolution in France. Dickens in his novel tried to show that if there were love during this time, the revolution would have succeeded, or if there was love a revolution wouldn't even have been needed. The revolution failed, because it acted out of revenge and hate, but Sydney Carton, a fictional character in the novel, showed a different side and acted out of love.
Sydney Carton is portrayed to be an intelligent man, but unfortunately is the classic underachiever. He is…
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