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A Tale of Two Cities

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A Tale of Two Cities A story of the French Revolution

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  1. The Project Gutenberg EBook of A Tale of Two Cities, by Charles Dickens
  2. Language: English
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  4. The Project Gutenberg Etext of A Tale of Two Cities
  5. by Charles Dickens note 2
  6. Book the First-Recalled to Life
  7. Book the Second-the Golden Thread
  8. Book the Third-the Track of a Storm
  9. Book the First-Recalled to Life
  10. I
  11. II
  12. The Mail
  13. III
  14. The Night Shadows
  15. IV
  16. The Preparation
  17. V
  18. The Wine-shop
  19. VI
  20. The Shoemaker
  21. Mr. Lorry took it in his hand.
  22. I can say.
  23. Book the Second-the Golden Thread
  24. I
  25. II
  26. A Sight
  27. III
  28. A Disappointment
  29. IV
  30. Congratulatory
  31. V
  32. The Jackal
  33. Mr. Stryver laughed till he shook his precocious paunch.
  34. VI
  35. Hundreds of People
  36. VII
  37. Monseigneur in Town
  38. VIII
  39. Monseigneur in the Country
  40. Monseigneur, not yet.
  41. The Gorgons Head
  42. It was done.
  43. Monseigneur received him in a courtly manner, but they did not shake hands.
  44. It portended that there was one stone face too many, up at the chateau.
  45. Drive him fast to his tomb. This, from Jacques.
  46. Two Promises
  47. XI
  48. A Companion Picture
  49. Ill think of it, said Sydney.
  50. The Fellow of Delicacy
  51. Mr. Lorry glanced at the distant House, and glanced at the angry Stryver.
  52. XIII
  53. The Fellow of No Delicacy
  54. He said, Farewell! said a last God bless you! and left her.
  55. The Honest Tradesman
  56. XV
  57. Knitting
  58. XVI
  59. Still Knitting
  60. Madame complied with a polite air.
  61. XVII
  62. One Night
  63. XVIII
  64. Nine Days
  65. XIX
  66. An Opinion
  67. Mr. Lorry saw that they understood one another, and proceeded.
  68. Very strange to see what a struggle there was within him!
  69. XX
  70. A Plea
  71. God bless her for her sweet compassion!
  72. Echoing Footsteps
  73. XXII
  74. The Sea Still Rises
  75. XXIII
  76. Fire Rises
  77. XXIV
  78. Drawn to the Loadstone Rock
  79. Prison of the Abbaye, Paris.
  80. Gabelle.
  81. The end of the second book.
  82. Book the Third-the Track of a Storm
  83. In Secret
  84. II
  85. The Grindstone
  86. III
  87. The Shadow
  88. It was dated from La Force, within an hour.
  89. IV
  90. Calm in Storm
  91. V
  92. The Wood-Sawyer
  93. VI
  94. Triumph
  95. VII
  96. A Knock at the Door
  97. VIII
  98. A Hand at Cards
  99. Miss Pross only shook her head and wept in silence.
  100. IX
  101. The Game Made
  102. Mr. Lorrys countenance fell.
  103. X
  104. The Substance of the Shadow
  105. XI
  106. Dusk
  107. Mr. Lorry leaned his arm upon the door-post, and bowed his face upon it.
  108. And walked with a settled step, down-stairs.
  109. Darkness
  110. Lost, utterly lost!
  111. Mr. Lorry held it open in his hand, gazing in his earnest face.
  112. XIII
  113. Fifty-two
  114. It is.
  115. XIV
  116. The Knitting Done
  117. Madame Defarge cast down her eyes, and reflected a little.
  118. Mr. Cruncher thought it might be best.
  119. And indeed she never did.
  120. The Footsteps Die Out For Ever
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