This attack is not surprisingly led by the Defarges. Antoine, and they lead many of the events in the Revolution.
Reading Charles Dickens' epic novel A Tale of Two Cities can be pretty daunting for your students.
Pross while she is desperately seeking to frame Lucie for lamenting over the death of her lost husband.
Madame Defarge is so obsessed with the idea that “the Evrémonde people are to be exterminated, and the wife and child must follow the husband and father” (364) that she becomes just as bad as the aristocracy.
Instead that is not enough, and she states, “tell Wind and Fire where to stop… She has a personal vendetta against Lucie and must see her die.
This eventually leads to Madame Defarge’s death when her gun fires and accidentally shoots her in the struggle against Ms.
Madame Defarge, though intelligent, is consumed by her hatred and has transformed into something just as bad, if not worse, than the members of the aristocracy.
Madame Defarge will stop at nothing to see the Once Charles’ uncle, the Marquis, was stabbed and killed, she should have been satisfied that her family’s deaths were avenged.
Thackeray, Henry Esmond Elizabeth Gaskell, Sylvia's Lovers George Eliot, Romola R. Stevenson, Treasure Island Thomas Haedy, The Trumpet Major It could be about any related topic.
But it has to connect the literature of the novel to social and political events of the Victorian period.