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Stryver all fall in love with Lucie Manette, who was a tearful, unwilling witness for the prosecution.
Although they all make an attempt to woo her, she favors Charles Darnay and marries him. Carton comes to her house alone and declares that while he expects no return of his love, he would do anything for her or for anyone whom she loves.
Darnay has ominously hinted to Doctor Manette of his concealed identity, and he reveals to his father-in-law on the morning of his wedding that he is a French nobleman who has renounced his title. In France, Darnay's uncle, Monseigneur, has been murdered in his bed for crimes against the French people.
This means that Darnay is next in line to inherit the aristocratic title, but he tells no one but Doctor Manette. At the urgent request of Monsieur Gabelle, who has been arbitrarily imprisoned, Darnay returns to Paris.
He is arrested as a nobleman and an emigrant and thrown into jail. A spy named John Barsad drops into the Defarges' wine-shop to gather evidence regarding whether they are revolutionaries.
They reveal practically nothing, although Madame Defarge is knitting a list of those whom she and the other revolutionaries intend to kill. Now answer the multiple-choice questions and other activities in the Activity Book. It provides the key to all kinds of information.
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She finds out that her father spends all the time making shoes , and that he went mad after spending almost two decades in prison in Bastille.
Lorry believes that Lucie if she finds it in herself to forgive him and love him, can bring him back to life. What he believes turns out to be true.
A few years later, Charles Darnay is accused that he has committed treason against the English king.
He is represented by Stryver, who is known to be a great lawyer, but actually, his drunk colleague Carton who is nowhere near as good as him is the one that saves him from the court by pointing out that even him bears a resemblance to the spy the authorities believed exists.
After he is set free, Carton hangs out with Darnay, and we realize he resents him because he finds a resemblance to everything that he has once wanted to be, but in the end, give up. The first impression we have of this men is him running down a plebian child while he is moving with his carriage. His character manifests typicality for the aristocracy during the time he lived in, and their attitude toward the lower class.
The fact that he not only does not show remorse towards his deed but that he also curses the poor , makes the readers dislike his character from the very beginning. This situation and the picture we get of this man foreshadows the later argument he has with his nephew: Darnay, once he arrives, states his intention to give up the identity as an Evremonde and to return to England.
The same night, the Marquis is killed by a murderer that signed himself as Jacques.
A year later, both Darnay and Carton are in love with Lucie and pledge their love to her. Lucie agrees to marry Darnay and his promises her father that when they get married, he will reveal his identity.
Moreover, we saw a spy known as Roger Cly who is being buried. Cruncher joins the funeral procession, and demonstrates his abilities as a thief of bodies, by sneaking into the cemetery and unburying the body. In France in the meantime, another spy Barsard appears in front of Defarge talking about uncovering a mounting revolution. Nine days pass, and Manette regains his common sense, joining the wedded couple on their honeymoon.