David Rosen (essay date 1998)
SOURCE: “A Tale of Two Cities: Theology of Revolution,” in Dickens Studies Annual, Vol. 27, edited by Stanley Friedman, et al, AMS Press, 1998, pp. 171-85.
[In the following essay, Rosen explores the religious imagery surrounding the acts of the revolultionaries in A Tale of Two Cities.]
At the Royal George Hotel in Dover, Mr. Lorry encounters, for the second time in his life, the heroine of the novel.
As his eyes rested on [her], a sudden vivid likeness passed before him, of a child...
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