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Now the purpose of her life is to procure revenge on the D'Evremonde family and every other aristocrat. Even when told by her beloved husband she has gone to far, she does not stop. Instead her repartee to him was, "Tell the wind and fire where to stop; not me". In it she evidently expresses how she will never forget what was done to her family and how the D'Evermondes are deserving of what they will receive...
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The actions she performs in her daily life demonstrate her evilness. In the novel it seems as though she is the "bad guy" who is starting up all the trouble. It is her need for revenge, in the book, that starts the revolution. While Dickens presents Sydney Carton as a worthless drunk, in contrast to Madame Defarge, he is the Christ-like noble figure of the novel...
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