A Tale of Two Cities writing homework help: Compare approaches with a treatment

Both Boris Pasternak’s Doctor Zhivago and Charles Dickens’ A Tale of Two Cities contain sweeping sagas of history-changing revolutions, yet both focus on the impact of those revolutions on individuals and families rather than including the acts of great and influential men. Compare these approaches with a treatment of the same great events in a history book. Which is more powerful in conveying the truth of these periods of great upheaval? Why do you think so? Use incidents from both novels to support your conclusion.

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