A Tale of Two Cities
September 10, 1859  /  289 pages  /  Fiction
This edition includes 10 illustrations. With one of the most famous opening lines in the history of literature at the helm of his classic novel A Tale of Two Cities, Charles Dickens takes readers into the heart of London and Paris during the horror of the French Revolution known as the Reign of Terror. First published in 1859 as a serial, the story is one of Dickens’ bleakest, notable for its decided lack of the comedic characters who commonly populate his stories and the hauntingly cruel treatment of the poor by the wealthy in the years leading up to revolution, in both France and England.
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