"A Tale of Two Cities" by Charles Dickens.
Knitting and wine are elementary symbols to understanding A Tale of Two Cities. Dickens collectively foreshadows the future of the French Revolution with intriguing themes: Madame Defarge's carefully selected list of condemned aristocrats to die in the revolution and the streets smeared with wine that are soon to be smeared with blood. Both of these themes create an atmosphere of darkness and apprehension that entails the lower class's uprising against the wealthy. Having no definite victor between the classes the classes is significant in the story, as Dickens contrasts the changes eac…
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