Need online help A Tale of Two Cities: Charles Dicken lightly alters the slogan

Charles Dicken lightly alters the slogan of the French Revolution to “Liberty, Equality, Fraternity – or Death!” What is his point in doing so? Is his revision a legitimate one, or does it distort the reader’s understanding of the Revolution?

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