A Tale of Two Citites by Charles Dickens

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During the French Revolution there were many stories of tragedy. One of the stories of tremendous tragedy that was written about the French Revolution is called, A Tale of Two Cities. This is a touching story that ends in the amazing sacrifice of a man for his friend. The name of the man who sacrificed himself is Sydney Carton, and the man he saves was called Charles Draney. Each man was innocent, so should Sidney Carton have lied to the revolutionaries and sacrificed himself to save Charles Draney from execution? Sydney Carton should have given his life for Charles Draney and lied to revolutionaries. He should have done this for several reasons. First, Sydney Carton had less to lose then Charles Draney. Second, it was right to lie to the revolutionaries to save an innocent man. Third, sacrificing himself for Charles Draney gave Sidney Carton the chance to change his life and do a great deed.
Seeing that Sydney Carton had less to lose then Charles Draney, it was right that he sacrificed himself for him. Sydney Carton had spent his life in carousing and getting drunk, he is referre...

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