A TALE OF TWO CITIES While our class reads A Tale of Two Cities, you will keep a notebook over several literary elements. This will be a major grade for the 4th six weeks. Points will be deducted for failing to follow directions. The sections must be titled, each entry numbered, page numbers given, and responses in thorough, complete answers. Your final copy must be typed. 1. Foreshadowing: From the following list, choose 4 events to discuss. Find 3 quotes that foreshadow each event or idea and explain how that is foreshadowing. a. The fate of the Marquis g. Dr. Manette’s letter from prison b. Jerry Cruncher’s vocation h. Dr. Manette’s involvement with the Evermondes c. Lucie’s marriage i. Madame Defarge’s involvement w/ the Evermondes d. Charles Darnay’s background j. Sydney Carton’s hold over John Barsad e. Charles Darnay’s connection to France k. Miss Pross’s victory f. Dr. Manette’s involvement in the l. Sydney Carton’s sacrifice Revolution 2. Characterization: From the following list, choose 4 characters. Name one character trait for each and find 3 quotes that reveal that trait. Then explain how that quote proves that character trait. a. b. c. d. Lucie Manette Dr. Alexander Manette Jarvis Lorry Charles Darnay e. f. g. h. Sydney Carton The Marquis St. Evermonde Jerry Cruncher Ernest Defarge i. Terese Defarge j. Miss Pross k. C.J. Stryver l. John Barsad 3. Themes: From the following list, choose 3 themes and explain how each of these themes is present in the novel. Support your ideas with at least 2 quotes per theme. a. b. c. d. e. f. g. the ever-present possibility of resurrection the necessity of sacrifice oppression often leads to revolution, which itself often leads to injustice and abuse the use of violence to overthrow tyranny only begets destruction and more tyranny the power of love can heal and redeem love is stronger than hate lives are controlled by fate 4. Symbolism: Choose 3 of the following and explain the symbolism of each. Use at least one quote per symbol to help prove your point. a. Madame Defarge’s knitting b. Wine spill in the streets c. Carriage and chocolates d. Echoing footsteps in Dr. Manette’s house e. Gorgon’s head f. Shadows 5. Research: You will make a creative, informative power point presentation informing the class about the topic you choose. You also need to include a brief explanation how this topic plays a part in the novel. You will use at least 3 credible sources and create a Works Cited slide at the end.