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 Ein Rezensent/Eine Rezensentin aus Bad Bergzabern kommentierte am Wednesday, den 10.11.2004 um 19:25 Uhr die Lektüre wie folgt:

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"A tale of two cities" is one of Charles Dickens´s most famous historical novels. The action takes place in the two cities of London and Paris, during the French Revolution. The main characters involved are Charles Darnay, a Frenchman from a wealthy aristrocratic family, Lucie Manette, a young French girl whose father is a doctor, and Sydney Carton, a young Englishman who works as a lawyer in London. Sydney and Charles look similar.
At first, Charles und Lucie, meet in London and fall in love. They get married but we discover that Sydney is also in love with Lucie. Then, when the French Revolution breaks out, Charles goes back to France to save one of his family´s servants from the guillotine. He is taken prisoner and sentenced to death. Finally, at the last minute, Sydney takes his place in prison and goes to the guillotine, sacrificing himself for the woman he loves. It is a tragic story, full of adventure and suspense. It is also interesting because Dickens sympathises with both the aristrocracy and the poor people.


 Ein Rezensent/Eine Rezensentin aus Bad Bergzabern kommentierte am Wednesday, den 10.11.2004 um 19:50 Uhr die Lektüre wie folgt:

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"A tale of two cities" is one of Charles Dickens?s most famous historical novels. The action takes place in the two cities of London and Paris, during the French Revolution.
The main characters involved are Charles Darnay, a Frenchman from a wealthy aristrocratic family, Lucie Manette, a young French girl whose father is a doctor, and Sydney Carton, a young Englishman who works as a lawyer in London. Sydney and Charles look very similar. At first, Charles und Lucie, meet in London and fall in love. They get married but we discover that Sydney is also in love with Lucie. Then, when the French Revolution breaks out, Charles goes back to France to save one of his family?s servants from the guillotine. He is taken prisoner and sentenced to death. Finally, at the last minute, Sydney takes his place in prison and goes to the guillotine, sacrificing himself for the woman he loves.
It is a tragic story, full of adventure and suspense. It is also interesting because Dickens sympathises with both the aristrocracy and the poor people.


 Ein Rezensent/Eine Rezensentin aus TovsqWNTWyphI kommentierte am Wednesday, den 30.05.2012 um 01:21 Uhr die Lektüre wie folgt:

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 Ein Rezensent/Eine Rezensentin aus TovsqWNTWyphI kommentierte am Wednesday, den 30.05.2012 um 01:21 Uhr die Lektüre wie folgt:

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