In 1757, two twin brothers drive up to Dr. Manette and ask for his help because they know he is a good doctor.
We need your help!
A young women was sitting in the room. Her arms were tied to her sides, and she sat there with a fever, she repeated the words ¨My husband, my father, and my brother¨.
My husband, my father, and my brother!
The brother of the women rested there with a sword wound in his chest. The brother and sister were the twins tenants, and the boy explained how the younger twin worked the girls husband to death. The twin then took advantage of the girl, so the brother told the dad (which killed him out of shock), and took his other sister far away from the twins. When he returned he fought with the twin, and got stabbed. Soon after, the brother and sister die.
The younger twins wife talks to Dr Manette. She brings her son named Charles. She says how terrible she feels for the family, and would like to find the other sister, but Manette has no idea where the sister is.
I feel terrible!
Manette writes a letter to the Minister of Police about what happened to the two cases. He knows that they will not win but he does it anyways. The brother (Marquis) finds out about the letter, finds Manette, and ties him up. The Marquis then grabs the letter and puts it in the lantern.
I HATE THE MARQIUS AND HIS WHOLE FAMILY
Dr Manette has been in the Bastille for 10 years and writes the whole story. He says at the end of the letter that he hates the Marquis, and the rest of his family.