I would like to take your daughter, Lucie's hand in marriage.
Darnay asks Dr. Manette if he can Marry Lucie
The Marquis Running Over the Boy
Oh well, just a peasant boy
Madame Defarge cutting the head off of a French Aristocrat. This occurred after the storming of the Bastille. The storming of the Bastille is where they freed the wrongly imprisoned people. She is attempting to take down the French aristocrats. She does this with the help of her husband and other revolutionaries.
Madame Defarge Knitting
I shall add Darnay's name to the Registry
Darnay falls in love with Lucie. This prompts him to ask Dr. Manette if he can marry her. Sydney Carton also professes his love for her but ultimately she doesn't love him. Struyver also loves Lucie and is very confident she will say yes to Marry him. She does not want to marry Stuyver, and Struyver claims hes better off without her.
Carton is Beheaded
At least I did one right thing in my life
The Marquis was speeding through town and ran over and killed a boy. The boy was the son of Gospard. The Marquis gave Defarge and Gospard a coin. The Marquis kept on his way as if nothing had happened. Defarge and Gospard watched the scene unfold horridly.
Fight Between Miss Pross and Madame Defarge
Take this *POW*💥
Madame Defarge knits throughout the novel. It was wondered upon what she was knitting and the significance of it. Later we realize that she knits the names of those who the revolutionaries aim to target. She knits a registry, that is what she knits the names into. Madame Derfarge knitting is a big symbol throughout the story.
Carton gets beheaded by the guillotine. He takes the place of Darnay in prison and for the execution. He pulls this off because Carton and Darnay strike a bearing resemblance. Carton saves Darnay because he wants to do something right for once in his life. After Carton saves Darnay, Darnay and his family leave France.
Madame Defarge attempts to catch Lucie in the act of a crime. She finds Miss Pross, they get into a struggle and Madame defarge is shot. Madame Defarge dies and Miss Pross loses her hearing. This ends the everlasting vengeance of Madame Defarge. It also brings an end to the hunt of Darnay and his execution.