questions in this journal assignment cover readings in Lessons 5–8 of the A Tale of Two Cities unit (Book 2,
Chapter 14–Book 3, Chapter 15, of the text). .
Return to Chapter 16, “Still Knitting,” and find a
statement of Madame Defarge that clearly represents her views on the
revolution. Record the quotation and explain it.
Read this quotation about Dr. Manette:
“Into his handsome face the bitter waters of captivity had worn; but, he
covered up their tracks with a determination so strong, that he held the
mastery of them even in his sleep. A more remarkable face in its quiet,
resolute and guarded struggle with an unseen assailant was not to be beheld in
all the wide dominions of sleep, that night.”
What does this quotation reveal about the doctor’s carácter?
3. After he recovers, Mr. Lorry and Dr. Manette discuss
the doctor’s reaction in the third person—as if it happened to someone else.
Why do they discuss it in the third person?
4. It is possible that there would be someone who was not
smeared with blood. Why does the author make the blood’s presence universal?
5. Why is “human sympathy” essential to society?
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