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By Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens fictionalized narrative of the French Revolution happens in London and Paris, the 2 towns of the name. whereas Dickens abandons a lot of the whimsicality which serves as his signature in different works, he keeps to discover the subjects of darkness and light-weight and social justice, in addition to the factors and results linked to type constitution in society which represent his different works. the radical is extensively visible as a message to the English aristocracy, one that proposed that the present establishment couldn't stand if a bloody revolution in England was once to be kept away from.

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