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A Tale of Two Cities [adapted - Oxford Bookworms]

by Ralph Mowat, Charles Dickens, Ralph Mowat

Other authors: Jennifer Bassett (Series Editor)

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Series: Oxford Bookworms Library (Stage 4)

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This is sad story. I was interested in French revolution. I learned about it in world history class but this story showed me another side of the revolution. Strong love chenged a main character. ( )
  Glico | Jan 19, 2011 |
This story is the time of French revolution.
One day , in London, earl was killed.
Charles is earl's nephew. So he was blamed...

The end og this story is very sad.
Carton was dead for his lover's happy.
I was very impressed by the determination of him. ( )
  bm8931 | Jan 11, 2011 |
Although I knew French Revolution, I didn't know about common people.This book told me about them, it was interesting. ( )
  minamia | Sep 28, 2009 |
The book was quite boring, especially at the begining. Hamda ( )
  getreadingadw | May 5, 2009 |
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Mowat, Ralphprimary authorall editionsconfirmed
Dickens, Charlesmain authorall editionsconfirmed
Mowat, Ralphmain authorall editionsconfirmed
Bassett, JenniferSeries Editorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
Hedge, TriciaContributorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
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'The Marquis lay there, like stone, with a knife pushed into his heart. On his chest lay a piece of paper, with the words: 'Drive him fast to the grave. This is from JACQUES.' The French Revolution brings terror and death to many people. But even in these troubled times people can still love and be kind. They can be generous and true-hearted ...and brave.

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