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The mood of chapter 2 is dark and uncertain. It is late at night and the roads are muddy. There is a mist rising and the coachman is filled with fear of robbers. This mood of darkness and fear parallels the darkness of Dr. Manette's prison and the moral darkness of Revolutionary France.
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