The son of Jerry Cruncher and Mrs. Young Jerry is just a boy, but he becomes curious about what work his father goes off to do at night-time. He follows his father one… read full character analysis Minor Characters Marquis St. He and his twin brother exemplify the tyrannical and uncaring aristocracy.
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I suffered through A Tale of Two Cities when I was very young. We did not study the story, we did not discuss the plot, the intertwined threads, the irony of the revealed identities of the various heroes and villains, the magnificence of the ending, the voyage of the characters.
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|A Tale of Two Cities Characters from LitCharts | The creators of SparkNotes||Evremonde Charles Darnay, a French aristocrat by birth, is the protagonist of the novel.|
|A Tale of Two Cities at a Glance||After being released, he is nursed back to health by his daughter, Lucie, in England.|
Although he is the protagonist of the novel, Darnay is a relatively flat character, changing very little in the course of the novel. At the beginning of the plot, he is depicted as a noble character, despising the behavior of his aristocratic relatives, fleeing to England, and renouncing his heritage and inheritance.
Character List Bookmark this page Manage My Reading List Doctor Alexandre Manette A doctor from Beauvais, France, who was secretly imprisoned in the Bastille for 18 years and suffers some mental trauma from the experience.
Character List Charles Darnay - A French aristocrat by birth, Darnay chooses to live in England because he cannot bear to be associated with the cruel injustices of the French social system.
Darnay displays great virtue in his rejection of the snobbish and cruel values of his uncle, the Marquis Evrémonde.