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Author: Charles Dickens
This novel follows the lives of three peasants who are degraded and subdued by the French aristocracy.
This is a classic keeper!
A CLASSIC TALE, i think i have no right to comment on it, it would be disrespect to great author. simply it is awesome
I have read this many years ago and it is now as new and absorbing as it was then.
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
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
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.
Pip is a poor orphan who grows up in England in the early 1800's. He endures many hardships including poverty and violence.
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This three book collection conveys the story of the difficult lives endured by factory workers in Coketown.
Reprinted Pieces is written by Charles Dickens.
This compilation of 56 short pieces which describe the everyday life of people in London during the 1800's, and it includes accompanying illustrations.
The story of a young woman's dreams and hopes and how her life evolves over her lifetime.
Its a story of two teenage girls' beautiful journey.
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