"A Tale of Two Cities": Charles Dickens - Character Analysis
Sydney Carton is the moral hero of the story, but he did not accomplish this on his own. He came to love Lucie, and as a result he underwent a variety of personality changes. The moral heroism of Sydney arises because of his unrequited love for Lucie. Because of his love for her, he is willing to do anything for her, even sacrifice himself, for her happiness. Through how the story played out, it is evident that if Sydney had never met Lucie, he would still be a scruffy looking, lazy man with no reason to live. In fact, Lucie is probably all that is holding him back from committing suicide.…
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