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"A tale of two cities" by Charles Dickens.
Since the beginning of time, it has been impossible for humans to love unconditionally. Even God, the supreme being of the human race, cannot be loved unconditionally by His people unless they totally give themselves to Him and worship Him -- in other words, unless they sacrifice themselves. Considering this, it has been hard for humans to even try to love one another without selfish motives creeping into their unconscious. Likewise, parents and their children do not and cannot share unconditional love. In A Tale of Two Cities, Dickens portrays the ideal of unconditional love between p…
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