I made shoes like these in prison and now when I am stressed I make more.
Madame Defarge in the wine shop while the spy enters, placing a red rose in her hair to alert the others.
No I had not, sir.
Did you hear about the unrest in Saint Antoine?
Wine is spilled on the pathway in the city and people scramble to get it.
We're starving and thirsty and we will do whatever we can to get this wine.
While Doctor Manette was locked in the Bastille prison, he made shoes in his pastime. Because he was there for 18 years, he did it to help keep him from losing his mind. Now, back at his home he relapsed after Lucie left for her wedding. He obsessively began making shoes. Miss Pross and Lorry later destroy it because they feared it was not good for Doctor Manette to continue making them like in prison. This is important because it symbolizes his self-protection.
Marquis runs over a peasant boy and tosses coins to the family.
I would willingly ride over any of you!
Mr. Defarge and Madame Defarge are in the wine shop that they own. They are alerted that a spy called John Barsad had been sent to their neighborhood. Madame Defarge knits his name into her register of people. The next day Barsad enters the wine shop and questions them but they act like they don't know. Madame Defarge puts a red rose in her hair to alert the other people in the wine shop to leave. This scene is a sign that Madame Defarge will be involved in the revolution more than originally thought.
Lucie and Darnay get married
I take you to be man and wife.
In this scene a large casket of wine had been knocked over while being taken out of the cart it was in. The people in the nearby streets all rushed to get whatever wine they could. They began using cloths to soak it up and were scooping it out of the mud. This is an important moment because it shows how desperate people are at the time. It shows that people were willing to do anything to find relief.
Carton goes to his death at the guillotine peacefully in place of Darnay.
I know Lucie and her family will have a long happy life .
The Marquis St. Evremonde accidentally runs over a child while showing off his carriage to the streets of Paris. He tosses a few coins to the boys father, named Gaspard. Defarge comes out and comforts Gaspard, and he also gives him a coin. It shows the extravagances of French aristocracy. It shows that they place themself above any other thing, which is why the people get so angry.
When Lucie and Danray get married it's a monumental moment for the whole family. Dr. Manette just wants Lucie to be happy. Darnay tells Dr. Manette at the same time that he is really Evremonde. After Lucie and Darnay leave on their honeymoon, Dr. Manette relapses and goes back to his shoemaking bench . That symbolizes him becoming stressed out again specifically because of the Evremonde's.
Carton comforts a young seamstress who is going before him to the guillotine. They discuss the afterlife and take no notice of the prisoners being killed before them. Knitting ladies count the amount of heads that are chopped off. Carton believes that he is doing the right thing because of his love for Lucie and forsees long and happy lives for them. He believes that the evil of the revolution will eventually give way to goodness. He dies peacefully.