Tone Analysis of The Tale of Two Cities
Charles Dickens presents his story of aristocracy and tyranny clashing during the French Revolution. The dramatic novel grabs the reader's attention as events unfold in a time of love and sorrow. In Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities he illustrates the picture of two countries that eventually become tied together by the characters in a cynical yet factual tone using diction and symbolism.
<Tab/>The author's use of symbolism shows the sorrowful state that the people were in during the French Revolution. Dr. Mannete is introduced to the reader as being "buried alive" but eventually…
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