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Executions as a theme throughout A Tale of Two Cities
In Charles Dickens' novel, A Tale of Two Cities, death is a common occurrence. These deaths were usually not due to natural causes but caused by suicide, murder, and sometimes execution . Throughout A Tale of Two Cities, death by execution was an embodiment f the period, beginning with hostile, torturous executions that happened often, to quicker and les painful ones that occurred 100 times more often than life was given.
In the first chapter of his novel, Dickens depicts executions as gruesome sources of entertainment for nobles:
"....she entertained herself, besides, with suc…
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