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by Charles Dickens

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In A Tale of Two Cities, what was Cruncher's message, and what was the reply?

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You can find the answer to this question in Chapter 2 of Book the First, as Mr. Jarvis Lorry, the mysterious individual in the Dover mail who works for Tellson's Bank receives his message from Jerry Cruncher. It is important to note how Dickens shrouds this episode with dark, brooding mystery, and how he uses the setting to do this. Note how Dickens creates this scary location:

There was a steaming mist in all the hollows, and it had roamed in its...

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Cruncher's message to Mr.Jarvis Lorry was,"Wait at Dover for mam'selle".

And the messanger was asked to return London with the message"Recalled to Life" by Mr.Jarvis Lorry in Book-1,Chapter-2 titled " The Mail" in Dickens's novel "A Tale of Two Cities".