A Tale Of Two Cities: Sydney Carton

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Cathy H

 

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June 15, 2014

 

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He is depicted in the novel to be middle-age, perhaps in his mid-forties, yet several times he shows some very immature actions and feelings. One example is his feelings for Lucie Manette. Even after Lucie is married to Charles Darnay, whom she loves, Sydney refuses to give up his love for her. For someone in his mid-forties, this is somewhat an immature action...
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Even after Lucie is married to Charles Darnay, whom she loves, Sydney refuses to give up his love for her. For someone in his mid-forties, this is somewhat an immature action. Had he been more mature, he might have forgotten about Lucie when she was married and found someone else. Another perhaps less important but very noticeable example is his appearance...
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