It's not my fault. Keep your kids away from the road
*Gasps* Oh my, what happened?!?!
Jerry Cruncher's son finding him grave digging
Oh my. My dad is a grave digger. That is why his hands are always rusty!
Darnay is the nephew of Marquis. He wants to tell Manette his real name because he is about marry his daughter, Lucie. He tells him his name and Manette is shocked. The poor people, and Manette dislike the Marquis. After this information Manette goes into another relapse.
Storming the Bastille
We are going to take what is ours! We are tired of being treated like dogs.!
Marquis is a very rich noble, who only cares about himself. He is in a rush out of town and runs over a young boy. Instead of apologizing, he proceeds to say it is not his fault. He tells them the kid should not have been in the road. He gives Defarge and the dad of the sun money, and goes back on his way. This scene shows how selfish the Marquis is.
Grave digging was common back then. It was a way for people to get easy money. They would dig up the graves, steal their valuable then sell them. Jerry's son alwayas questioned why his hands were rusty. He followed him into a cemetery one night to find him digging up a grave. He is shocked and runs home.
Madame Defarge trying to kill Lucie and her family
Storming the Bastille was a very important part in History. It was the breakthrough and the start of the revolution. The revolutionaries wanted their revenge on the aristocracy. Madame Defarge lead the groups in and destroyed everything insight. They killed the governor, and found a mysterious letter in Dr Manette's old cell which is very important later on.
Throughout the story Carton is shown as a drunk. He says he wasted his life and there is no way he can make it up. Early in the book the narrator says that Darnay and Carton look very similar. When Darnay is sentenced to death Carton has an idea to switch clothes and drug Darnay. He sacrifices his life for Darnay and his family,and he thinks this will make up for his wasted life.
“It is a far, far better thing that I do, than I have ever done...''
Madame Defarge wants all revenge on the Evremonde family because they killed her family. When she finds out Lucie is married to Darnay she makes a plan to kill her. Madame Defarge goes to their house, however Lucie and her family is already gone. Miss Pross is there though. Madame Defarge and Miss Pross fight and Miss Pross shoots Madame Defarge. She goes deaf and meets Lorry at the carriage to go to Paris.