Help with Questions to A tale of two cities: A Tale of Two Cities is a famous work, questions 1-5

A Tale of Two Cities is a famous work of Victorian literature by Charles Dickens. The novel tells the story of the years leading up to the French Revolution. The book painted social parallels between the plight of the french peasantry with the lives of Dickens contemporary London readers. The book has one of the most famous opening lines ever written. Here are a few questions you can use for study groups or for your next book club meeting.
1. What is important about the title?
2. What are the conflicts in A Tale of Two Cities? What types of conflict (physical, moral, intellectual, or emotional) did you notice in this novel?
3. How does Charles Dickens reveal character in A Tale of Two Cities?
4. What are some themes in the story? How do they relate to the plot and characters?
5. What are some symbols in A Tale of Two Cities? How do they relate to the plot and characters?

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