A Tale of Two Cities

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Cideb, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 160 pages
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Charles a French Aristocrat who has gave up his title and living in London marries Lucy who is a daughter of a French revolutionary father (Doctor Manette) who was in prison for more than 18 year and ... Read full review

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I've read this - by pure chance - over the weekend that France was celebrating Bastille Day when the people there celebrate the horror that was the French Revolution as the foundation of their modern ... Read full review

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