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A Tale of Two Cities

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Author: Charles Dickens

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First published in 1859, A Tale of Two Cities is one of Dickens's most famous and popular novels. This stirring tale, set in the late eighteenth century against the backdrop of the French Revolution, is a novel for all generations. Filled with adventure and love, revolution and terror, it transports the reader to a time of political upheaval and solutions by guillotine.

Jan

This is a classic keeper!


Rohit Singh

A CLASSIC TALE, i think i have no right to comment on it, it would be disrespect to great author. simply it is awesome


Peter

I have read this many years ago and it is now as new and absorbing as it was then.


ctrygalk

I decided to read the classics this yr and started out with The Tale of Two Cities. I had never read it before. I found the first couple of chapters hard to get through but after that I loved it. I got chills while reading the last page. I recommend this book but be patient and give it a chance


Noha

I love this novel.. I took the simplified version at school when I was 14 ! but just the meanings behind this story is so touching and unbelievable !! :) Noha from Egypt


Trina

I read this book back in University for my Victorian literature class. It is not one of my favorite Dickens novels. I found it to be very dark, but then again so was the French Revolution.


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