A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens

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What does Carton want from Solomon Pross (Barsad) in "A Tale of Two Cities"? Chapter 8 of a Tale of Two Cities

What does Carton want from Solomon Pross (Barsad) in "A Tale of Two Cities"?

Chapter 8 of a Tale of Two Cities

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The theme of duplicity runs throughout "A Tale of Two Cities ." The encounter of Sydney Carton with the brother of Miss Pross, Solomon Pross/aka Barsad is a minor example of this duplicity. Carton recognizes Barsad at the prison where Charles Darnay/Charles...

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