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A Tale of Two Cities- 2nd Term

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A Tale of Two Cities
Questions and answers:
1. "Why do you think the illness occurred then"? Comment.
 These words were said by Mr. Lorry to Dr. Manette after Dr.
Manette had restored his mind again after nine days.
2. "I think that something happened to remind your friend of his
imprisonment. I don't think it will happen again". Comment.
 These words were said by Dr. Manette to Mr. Lorry when Mr. Lorry
wanted to know what mad his friend; Dr. Manette; lose his mind.
3. "Please be kind to Mr. Carton, Charles. He is not as bad as he seems. I
have a special reason for asking this." Comment.
 These words were said by Lucie to Charles when Charles talked
about Carton in a bad way.
4. "What is One Hundred and Five, North Tower?" Comment.
 These words were said by Mr. Defarge to one of the guards after the
mob had attacked the Bastille.
5. What happened on 14th July 1789?
 The French Revolution. The mob attacked the Bastille and set the
prisoners free.
6. Who was the head of the mob?
 Mr. Defarge.
7. "It is a cell. But there is no one there now." Comment.
 These words were said by one of the guards to Mr. Defarge when
Mr. Defarge asked about the meaning of "105".
8. What did Mr. Defarge find in Dr. Manette's cell?
 He found Dr. Manette's initials carved into the wall.
9. What did the mob do when they seized control on the prison?
 They set the prisoners free. They seized the governor of the Bastille
and beat him to death. Madam Defarge put her foot on his neck and
cut off his head with her knife.
10.What happened to the castle of the Marquis d' Evremonde?
 It was burnt.
11."It must burn," Comment.
 These words were said by the men "soldiers" to their officers when
they saw the castle on fire.
12.How long did the storm of burning and killing last? How long did the
revolution last?
 For three years.
13.What made the revolution rise?
 Injustice, huger and cruelty.
14.What did the French landowners do during the revolution?
 Many of them escaped before the revolution. Many escaped to
London. Many had bad business with Tellson's Bank and Mr. Lorry.
15.Why did Mr. Lorry ask Charles Darnay's help?
 Because he had a letter from Paris to the Marquis d' Evremonde
and he wanted Charles to deliver it if he knew the Marquis.
16."I can deliver the letter to him." Comment.
 These words were said by Charles to Mr. Lorry when Mr., Lorry
asked him to deliver a letter.
17.Who wrote that letter? Why?
 It was written by Gabelle, the agent at the Evremonde estate. He was
in prison and anted Charles to help him and save his life.
18."I have been faithful to the Evremonde family of which you are now
the head. I beg you now, Your Excellency, to be faithful to me."
Comment.
 These words were written by Gabelle in the letter which he sent to
Charles to ask him for help.
19."His name is Gabelle and he is now in prison. Tell him, "He has
received the letter and will come." Comment.
 These words were said by Charles Darnay to Mr. Lorry to deliver
that message to Gabelle.
20.When would Charles Darnay start his journey to Paris?
 Tomorrow night.
21.What did Charles Darnay do before travelling to Paris?
 He wrote two letters. The first was to Lucie explaining why he had to
travel to Paris. The second was to Dr. Manette asking him to look
after Lucie and his little daughter while being in France.
22."He will start on his journey tomorrow night." Comment.
 These words were said by Charles Darnay when Mr. Lorry asked
him when the Marquis would travel to France.
23."Thank God, that no one near or dear to me is in this dreadful city
tonight! May God have mercy on all those who are in danger!"
Comment.
 These words were said by Mr. Lorry to himself while he was sitting
in his room watching the angry mob sharpening their swords in the
courtyard. He thanked God that the people he loved weren't in Paris
at that time.
24.What were the people doing in the courtyard?
 They were sharpening their swords. Some others were dancing and
singing the revolution songs.
25.What made Mr. Lorry shiver when he looked out of the window?
 When he saw the mob covered in blood and sharpening their swords.
26.Why did Lucie and her father come to Paris?
 As Charles was arrested and sent to prison.
27."What is this? What has happened?" Comment.
 These questions were said by Mr. Lorry when he saw Dr. Manette in
his room in Paris.
28."Charles is here in Paris! He is held in the prison of La Force! O,
please help us, Mr. Lorry!" Comment.
 These words were said by Lucie to Mr. Lorry. She wanted Mr. Lorry
to help her to get her husband out of prison.
29."If you, as a prisoner of the Bastille, have any influence, for God's
sake speak to them and save Charles's life."
 These words were said by Mr. Lorry to Dr. Manette because Dr.
Manette was an ex Bastille prisoner to save Charles's life.
30.What was the doctor's special power in Paris?
 He was an ex Bastille prisoner. The mob supported him and went
with him to free Charles.
31."Long live the Bastille prisoner! Save the prisoner d' Evremonde! To
the prison of La Force!" Comment.
 These words were said by the angry mob after Dr. Manette had
spoken to them as an ex Bastille prisoner. They supported Dr.
Manette and went with him to free Charles.
32."Be brave. I am well. Your father has great influence here. Kiss little
Lucie for me." Comment.
 These words were written by Charles in a letter. Mr. Defarge and his
wife delivered that letter to Lucie.
33.What was Lucie's reaction after reading Charles's message?
 She kissed on of Madame's Defarge hands to show how thankful she
was.
34."Come, husband, let us go. I have seen them." Comment.
 These words were said by Madame Defarge to her husband after
they had delivered the letter. Madame Defarge wanted to go as she
identified Lucie and little Lucie.
35.Many husbands have suffered for many years and many wives too.
Why should I care for your husband more than for them?" Comment.
 These words were said by Madame Defarge to Lucie when Lucie
asked her if she was going to help Charles.
36.What was Charles's accusation?
 He was accused of being an emigrant. All emigrants would be put to
death.
37."Cut off his head! To the guillotine with him! An enemy of the
Republic!"
 These words were said by the crowd in the courtroom. They wanted
Darnay to be killed.
38."I returned to France to save a French citizen's life! Is that a crime?"
Comment.
 These words were said by Charles to the president of the court when
he asked Charles why he had returned to France.
39.How did Darnay defend himself?
 He said that he had left France before the new law was passed . He
came back to Paris to save the life of Gabelle and he was married to
a French citizen.
40.Who were the witnesses?
 They were Dr. Manette and Gabelle.
41.What did the witnesses say?
 Dr. Manette said that Charles had been tried for treason in England
as a spy for France.
 Gabelle confirmed Darnay's story.
42.What was the verdict?
 The president set Charles free.
43.How did Charles go home after the trial?
 He people carried him over their shoulders and walked in triumph
till they reached the house of Dr. Manette.
44.Who didn't attend the celebration?
 Mr. Defarge and Madame Defarge.
45."Lucie! My own! I am safe!" Comment.
 These words were said by Charles to Lucie after he had been set
free.
46."Dearest Charles! Let us thank God for bringing you safely through so
many dangers!" Comment.
 These words were said by Lucie to her husband when they returned
home together after the trial.
47."No man in all France could have done what he has done for me."
Comment.
 These words were said by Charles to Lucie about Dr. Manette as he
wanted to thank him for his help.
48.What was Dr. Manette proud of?
 He was proud of his success in saving Darnay. He felt strong and
useful again.
49.What happened to Darnay as soon as he reached Paris?
 He was arrested and sent to prison La Force.
50.What were the people doing in the courtyard?
51.
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