A Tale Of Two Cities: Foreshadowing

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The fact that Sydney began drinking quickly gave the clue that Carton is developing a love for Lucie. Earlier we know this fits because of Stryver and Carton's conversation at the Old Bailey. Carton says, "[W]ho made the Old Bailey a judge of beauty? She was a golden haired doll!" (84). These two quotes show that Sydney Carton has feelings for Lucie...
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When Charles Darnay marries Lucie, Carton's feelings do not waver. "For you, and for any dear to you, I would do anything" Carton says (141). This promise is the key to Carton's fate, and with this he foreshadows his doom when he follows through with it, costing him his life. Another example of foreshadowing is the clues to the death of the Marquis St...
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