A Tale Of Two Cities And The Princess Bride: Loyalty

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He gives up his own personal rights and desires, for the mere chance of having her love back. Secondly, both Manette and Wesley show loyalty even when they think they have lost what they are being loyal to. Wesley is truly convinced that Buttercup loves Prince Humperdink, while he still remains loyal to her...
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Likewise, Manette remains loyal to Lucie although he barely even knows if she exists. They both lost what they loved and are willing to do anything to get it back. Finally, Lucie and Buttercup also display loyalty. While they both think they have lost their loved one, they are loyal to them once they realize that they have them back...
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