Unlike his other novels, A Tale of Two Cities was published on a weekly basis in which the first part... Those are the evocative opening statements of Charles Dickens’ classic novel, “A Tale of Two Cities,” aptly describing the milieu of the French Revolution: chaotic and yet inspiring...The book’s 449 pages talks mostly about the years leading up to the French Revolution and climaxes in the Reign of Terror perpetrated by the Jacobins. A Tale of Two Cities is a novel written by Charles Dickens in 1859, set in London and Paris before and after the French Revolution.It tells about the struggles of the French peasantry in the hands of the ruling French aristocrats during the years leading up to the revolution, the consequent rough...“The Tale of two cities” is remarkable for acute and accurate rendering historical reality.Although, it was without author’s significant stroke that the picture was accomplished.With multiple religions inside our world, there are various ideas as to what happens after one dies.The prospect of heaven and hell, a luxurious afterlife, and resurrection are thoughts that come to mind.Summary: In "A Tale of Two Cities" by Chales Dickens, the characters of Dr.Manette, Darnay, Foulon, and Carton undergo transformations by being redeemed from dire circumstances.There is no doubt that “A tale of two cities” is a tragic novel.It certainly contains a large number of melodramatic and sensational incidents and situations, but Dickens has not given us these scenes and situations merely for the sake of melodrama and sensationalism. "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness." Charles Dickens The art of historical fiction requires from its... Description The book is called A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens published by Penguin books in New York first published in 1839.