A Tale of Two Cities- A Historical fiction

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The English setting of A Tale of Two Cities is very realistic with respect to the time period. Dickens starts the story by describing the atmosphere in England by illustrating the poverty and the economic situation. It is a tale, which tells of life in two cities and the dreadful happenings, which link them together (Osbourn 3)...
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For the poor, it was the worst of times because illiteracy and unemployment were high. In France, for the aristocracy it seemed like the best of times but many lived in a world insulated from what the reality was for the poor: hunger, and unemployment. Whether it was the best of times or the worst of times depended on one's point of view...
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