Discussion questions – A Tale of Two Cities: Questions 13,14

Questions 13,14

13. The vision expressed in Carton’s supposed final words includes one for the country and its people after the newest “oppressors” are themselves put to death. What would such a post-Revolution world be like, and how could it be achieved?

14. The French Revolution was of great interest to Americans in the early days of their own republic. Given today’s polarities of extreme wealth and poverty and strongly expressed patriotism, as well as the interest in early America, what parallels might we draw between our own time in early twenty-first-century America and what happens in A Tale of Two Cities? What lessons?

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