A Tale of Two Cities, writing homework help: Discuss the extent to which the knitting

Discuss the extent to which the knitting done by Madame Defarge in Charles Dickens’ A Tale of Two Cities serves as a metaphor for fate.

In Charles Dickens’ A Tale of Two Cities, is revolution pictured more as a planned action of a small group of plotters or an act of irrational mob violence? Support your conclusion with details from the story. Do you agree with Dickens about this? Why or why not?

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