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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 "I see a beautiful city and a brilliant people rising from this abyss..." "IT is a far, far better thing that I do thanI have ever done..." "I see the lives for which I lay down my life, peaceful, useful, prosperous, and happy..." Personality Appearance reveals true self Dynamic Mr. Sydney Carton the many visual of Analysis relationswith othercharacters "remarkable" resemblance to Charles Darnay "well grown" and"well looking" pg. 62 pg. 72 He confesses his love for Lucie in chapter 13 of book 2, but knows he would not make her happy.He feels he will do no more good nor make any more impact than he has already done in his life-which he perceives as very little. Lucie Darnay Lucie feels a lot of sympathytoward him. His confession to her exposes both a deep, thoughtful man and a lonely, hopeless man. Mr. Carton sacrifices himself, in place of Charles,at the guillotine in her memoryand in the hope of a brighter future. Charles Darnay pg. 62 "dark" eyesand hair Foils double click to change this header text! They originally dislike each other. Despite their similarities,they have led very different lives-Charles being more successful than Carton. Carton resents this whileCharles dislikes Carton's generalattitude. Their physical similarities are noted from the beginning. In life they are both smart, essentially good, and in similar social standing. Carton saves Charles' life twice. Once at the court case for treason by pointing out their physical likeness,and again by taking hisplace for the execution. Mr. Stryver Works with Mr. Stryver as a lawyer. It is largely due to Carton's work that Mr. Stryver is such a prominent lawyer. This relationship is a great example of the position Carton has resigned to. He believes he is destined to always be the man who is stepped on in order for othersto reach the top. moody, defeatist insightful, thoughtful "I care for no man on earth, and no man on earth cares for me." pg 81 Confesses love for Lucie befriends the Darnays hopeless, lonely distant,apathetic "...he certainly never shone in the house of Doctor Manette." pg 141 talks to Lucie abouthis love for her sacrifi-ces life forDarnay speechbefore execution His apathetic exterior isshed in front of a massivecrowd. Before he couldn't even in front of his closest friends. Cartons brightest moment is during this speech-inManettes homeland. Hopelessness final speech His last words feel prophetic and convey hope for the future
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