Tale Of Two Cities Analysis

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'A Tale of Two Cities ' was first published in 1859. It is estimated to have sold around 200 million though there is no exact figure. Dickens examined the struggles that lead to the revolution and goes into Paris during the revolution. He goes into a lot of depth for the reign of terror and is very critical of how the revolutionaries treat people but it is sympathetic to the overthrow of the aristocrats. This is an exceptional novel and ending realism in the form of literature would be a waste when novels like this were written. Of course so many have already been written and knowing that there will always be overlaps between different storylines and such will be a bit of a put off to writers in general they should write what they want, not what will sell more copies. 'A Tale of Two Cities ' is in the same list as another best seller of all times Tolkien 's 'Lord of the Rings ' one of the biggest fantasy novel of all times selling around 150 million copies. This novel is a complete opposite to the realism in 'A Tale of Two Cities ' it contains mythical creatures and a quest…show more content…
Everything has been said and what more could be expected from writers. We live in a world where progress is difficult for most of the creative arts. The question this essay is on, reminds me of people who feel that nothing else is doable every book, poem and song has been written. This is obviously not true we get new albums and books every year. Whatever is written in these novels are more than likely to have a very close storyline to loads of novels but what is important is how they are written. So far we have been able to look at how realism changed writing in a way that worked to astound readers and make people think about what is actually happening in the world. Just looking at what Dickens achieved when people became aware at what was really happening on the streets, prisons and
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