Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens. This essay reflects the stability of England versus France during the French Revolution.
In A Tale of Two Cities, by Charles Dickens, the author writes about the social problems in England and what is known today as the French Revolution. The novel is set in 1775, with a comparison of England and France. Both countries battle poverty, injustice, and violence due to the ruling authorities. The French people were tired of the social and economic inequalities enforced by the ruling monarchy. The aristocracy and clergy lived a life of luxury while people in the Third Estate (peasants, artisans, merchants, etc.) paid most of the taxes and didn't have as many rights. Dickens even o…
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