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Dynamic Characters In A Tale Of Two Cities

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English

 

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February 9, 2015

 

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In A Tale of Two Cities, Charles Dickens uses dynamic characters that change drastically from the beginning to the end of he book. One example of a dynamic character is Sydney Carton. He is one of the "idlest and most unpromising of men" (83). Dickens also describes Carton as "a problem or carelessness and recklessness" (200)...
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Dickens also describes Carton as "a problem or carelessness and recklessness" (200). Carton is unpromising and reckless because the other characters in the book see him as a man who drinks too much and can't take care of himself. While sitting in Mr. Lorry's office with John Barsad and Jerry Cruncher "Sydney Carton fill[s] another glass with brandy, pour[s] it slowly upon the hearth, and watche[s] it as it drop[s]" (296)...
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