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  • Madame Defarge encourages the women
  • To me, women! What! We can kill as well as the men when the place is taken!
  • A Spy in the Shop (and in the Scarf)
  • I'll be knitting you in this afternoon, Spy.
  • Hello. My name is John Barsad.
  • A Message for Lorry
  • Look out- I'll shoot!
  • I just have a message for Jarvis Lorry!
  • And I have a reply- Recalled to Life!
  • This scene takes place during the storming of the Bastille Prison. Moments earlier, M. Defarge had encouraged the men to find and release the prisoners, and fight the guards. Mme. Defarge is now telling the women that they can fight as well, and are just as capable as the men. This scene represents the historical storming of the Bastille, which signaled the start of the French Revolution. Mme. Defarge was armed with an ax, pistol, and long knife. She used the ax and pistol in close combat, while the knife was mostly used to cut off the heads of people that the mob had captured and killed.
  • M. Defarge and a Jaque demand to search Dr. Manette's old cell
  • Take us to 105, North Tower!
  • In the Google Doc titled "Tale of Two Cities additional paragraphs"
  • Spilled Wine Gives Us a Grim View of the Future
  • This scene is the first major event in A Tale of Two Cities. Jarvis Lorry, along with several other passengers, are traveling by coach in a foggy night. A mysterious messenger comes and delivers a message. Mr. Lorry replies "Recalled to Life," and none of the others in the coach can figure out what his reply means. Later, the reader learns that Lorry was referring to Dr. Manette, who was believed to be dead. Dr. Manette was actually in prison, but is now hiding in the attic of the Defarge family. Jerry, the messenger, also robs graves on the side, which could also be considered recalling someone to life.
  • Darnay and Carton find their Doppelgängers
  • We look so alike, we're practically twins!
  • In the Google Doc titled "Tale of Two Cities additional paragraphs"
  • OK, but you wont find anything there...
  • In the Google Doc titled "Tale of Two Cities additional paragraphs"
  • Soon, these streets will run red once again...
  • In the Google Doc titled "Tale of Two Cities additional paragraphs"
  • But our lives are so differrent...
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