Duality In Charles Dickens A Tale Of Two Cities

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In Dickens’ A Tale of Two Cities, Duality is a major theme that is showcased In the first chapter of Charles Dickens A Tale of Two Cities we, as readers, catch a few themes that are key that later ends up shaping the lives of the characters that we come across. A central theme Dickens uses is “duality.” Dickens sets the reader up to begin a tale of “light” and “dark" We see examples of duality between France and England in 1775. Both countries show very similar yet different situations. This example of duality showcases how in England, people are in awe of all of the paranormal activity that surrounds the country. Rulers of france continue to think that they are a part of “the best of times” yet they are out of touch with their own people.
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