A Tale of Two Cities Novel Book by Charles Dickens pdf free download and view online.
Book Information :::::…
- Book Name: A Tale of Two Cities
- Book Author: Charles Dickens
- Book Categories: Lterature and Fiction, Novel
- Book Language: English
- Total Pages: 330 Pages
- File Format: PDF
- File Size: 1.20 MB
Book Description :::::…
This book is really interesting, Book 1 will be hard for you, but we say “Never judge a book by its cover” and Book 1 is just a cover and Book 2 is so simple that the words used in it are very easy to understand and one of our French Revolution. It also gives a clear vision that will help you in your future.
– This book, which I thought was confusing, was actually quite simple. They are very upset to see the treatment of the aristocracy by some people in French and one day they revolt and storm the Bastille prison. A few years later, anyone who connects with this aristocracy is literally thrown head over heels. Meanwhile, Lucy (who previously discovered that her father, whom she thought was dead, was freed from the aforementioned Bastille) fell in love. Charles, sadly, has a connection with the French aristocracy, although he has left them and lived a happy life in England. But one day he decided to return to France to help a friend. Bad bad choice!
– The character that I fell in love with for the first time was as amazing as I remembered him, although he didn’t appear in the story as many times as he remembered or liked me. Why don’t we get to know Sydney Carton a little better? Your story? His story? It seems to me that we only know that he is a drunk and not ly guy guy, but as intelligent as everything else and he helps his lawyer friend all night, but he doesn’t get recognized. Why? I want to know more. Oh yeah, and oddly enough, he looks a lot like Charles. And she loves Lucy, but of course, Lucy loves Charles.
– I was amazed at the amount of sarcasm and jokes the author made in the story. I think he tried to be ridiculous at times, but I thought the book and its serious story didn’t really lend itself to it, so it was weird to me. Of course, it was something I didn’t realize at 15! I’ve noticed literary instruments (like camouflage) that he uses a lot more in this round. And no wonder it was confusing for 15 years! It seems to be talking about one thing, while in reality it is talking about another. It happens again and again. – The last one hit me so hard, maybe even harder. Have you read this book? Do you know the end? I think almost everyone knows it, but maybe there are some who don’t, so I’ll let things go wrong here (although it’s easy to guess!) This ending was the first time, of course, I didn’t know anything, so I was surprised. This time I felt the tension building and was afraid at every moment that I was approaching! So it was actually a bit more climate than I remember, but still. There were some parts that hurt me a lot this time and I started crying, yes I did!