A Tale of Two Cities Final: Taylor Burnell

A Tale of Two Cities Final: Taylor Burnell

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  • Lucie Discovers her Father is Alive 
  • WHAT!
  • Lucie your father is alive 
  • Darnay asks to Marry Lucie 
  • Dr. Manette may I marry your daughter?
  • Yes, however she must tell me she loves you first
  • Carton visits Lucie 
  • My whole life is a missed opportunity
  • No Mr. Carton there are still so many things for you in life
  • A man names Jarvis Lorry arrives at the Royal George Hotel in Dover, there he meets a women named Lucie Manette. Lorry then informs the women that her father, doctor Manette is alive.  After hearing this news she faints and is assisted by her servant, Miss Pross. This scene is important because it marks the start of Lucies relationship with her father.
  • Lucie Marries Charles Darnay
  • Charles Darnay asks Lucies father if he can marry her. Dr. Manette says that he may marry Lucie as long as Lucie is truly in love with him. Dr. Manette is very protective of Lucie and only wants the best for her. This scene is important because it shows Dr. Manette letting go of Lucie even though they have only recently reconnected.  This shows how much he has grown since leaving the Bastille. 
  • Darnay and Lorry go to Paris 
  • Carton comes to the Manettes house late one night. There he speaks to Lucie Manette and tells her what a waste he believes his life is. Lucie reassures him and tells him that he has many things to look forward to in life. This scene is important because it shows Carton being vulnerable. This shows that Carton wants to improve his life and change his ways. 
  • Carton Purchases a Potion
  • What do you need that for?
  • Lucie Manette marries Charles Darnay in a court house. This event shows how Dr. Manette has let go of his daughter, and is willing to except change. This is also significant because, we discover that Darnay was a member of the aristocracy. Meaning that, during the revolution Charles and Lucie will be targeted by Madame Defarge and the revolutionaries. This news causes Dr. Manette to relapse in fear of losing his daughtger for good. 
  • What a foolish girl
  • Charles and Lorry plan to go to Paris in order to protect documents from Tellsons bank. Lucie is concerned that Darnay will be captured and jailed because of his family history. This scene is significant because, Lucies concerns were brought to life and Darnay is captured by the revolutionaries. Meaning that Lucie could be in danger as well due to her ties to Darnay. 
  • Please don't go
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