Lucie's Metamorphosis In A Tale Of Two Cities

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“Charles you must stay, you can 't go to France on your own it 's too dangerous,’’ said Lucie, as Charles walked out the door leaving a note that he wants Lucie to read. This quote, pulled from the passage is just one of many things that shows Charles true passion and courage that he values throughout the story. So as the reader, you 're probably asking yourself who is Charles Darnay, and what are his thoughts and feelings as problems arise that could change him forever. So in this essay, you will be informed information regarding who Charles is and what are some characteristics he cherishes in the book A Tale of Two Cities. What does Charlie look like and what type of clothes does he wear? He is a young Frenchman that grew up with his…show more content…
His thoughts from beginning to end change as he must realize that times are changing and the revolution is beginning to start. He is a man of his word, which will come to help many people during the French Revolution. As he got older, he would begin to have feelings for a young woman that is the daughter of a once imprisoned Dr. Manette. Charles would describe Lucie as “A perfect woman, with golden braided hair,” said by Charles, when he first laid eyes on Lucie. As a man, Charles knew he was to go to Dr. Manette and get his ok to ask Lucie to marry him, but there were plenty of other men who felt the same way for the perfect…show more content…
While Charles is awaiting his death upon the Guillotine, he is visited by a man by the name of Sydney Carton who has a plan to save Charles life. Sydney makes Charles writes down exactly what he says and he says “Address it to know one, you must write steady your hand.” Due to this situation Charles is beginning to think that this plan will fail and he too will die with Sydney Carton. His thoughts make his situation with Sydney worse, so Sydney drugs Charles so he can use a diversion to make sure that Charles gets out safe and that he will be taken in a carriage by the guard by the name of Barsad. As the plan starts actually working Charles is taking to a carriage straight to Mrs. Defarges house. When he arrives in a coach Lucie and the others are rounded up in the coach to hopefully make it out of France to be safe from the revolution that is beginning to die down in France. Although Charles is asleep Carton is getting killed by the guillotine in the place of Charles. Even though it will be a hard journey they all love Charles to death and would do anything to make Charles/Lucie happy as Carton did by taking his life to make Lucie 's
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