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How is the theme of duality evident in A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens?

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The theme of duality in A Tale of Two Cities is best seen in Dickens's respective portrayals of England and Revolutionary France. England is presented as a place of stability and peace, where good order and the rule of law prevail. Revolutionary France, on the other hand, is mired in chaos, bloodshed, and constant upheaval.

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