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A Tale of Two Cities

By Charles Dickens


Title:     A Tale of Two Cities
Author: Charles Dickens

Table of Content

Book the First - Recalled to Life
1. Chapter I - The Period
2. Chapter II - The Mail
3. Chapter III - The Night Shadows
4. Chapter IV - The Preparation
5. Chapter V - The Wine-shop
6. Chapter VI - The Shoemaker

Book the Second - the Golden Thread
1. Chapter I - Five Years Later
2. Chapter II - A Sight
3. Chapter III - A Disappointment
4. Chapter IV - Congratulatory
5. Chapter V - The Jackal
6. Chapter VI - Hundreds of People
7. Chapter VII - Monseigneur in Town
8. Chapter VIII - Monseigneur in the Country
9. Chapter IX - The Gorgon's Head
10. Chapter X - Two Promises
11. Chapter XI - A Companion Picture
12. Chapter XII - The Fellow of Delicacy
13. Chapter XIII - The Fellow of no Delicacy
14. Chapter XIV - The Honest Tradesman
15. Chapter XV - Knitting
16. Chapter XVI - Still Knitting
17. Chapter XVII - One Night
18. Chapter XVIII - Nine Days
19. Chapter XIX - An Opinion
20. Chapter XX - A Plea
21. Chapter XXI - Echoing Footsteps
22. Chapter XXII - The Sea still Rises
23. Chapter XXIII - Fire Rises
24. Chapter XXIV - Drawn to the Loadstone Rock

Book the Third - the Track of a Storm
1. Chapter I - In Secret
2. Chapter II - The Grindstone
3. Chapter III - The Shadow
4. Chapter IV - Calm in Storm
5. Chapter V - The Wood-sawyer
6. Chapter VI - Triumph
7. Chapter VII - A Knock at the Door
8. Chapter VIII - A Hand at Cards
9. Chapter IX - The Game Made
10. Chapter X - The Substance of the Shadow
11. Chapter XI - Dusk
12. Chapter XII - Darkness
13. Chapter XIII - Fifty-two
14. Chapter XIV - The Knitting Done
15. Chapter XV - The Footsteps die out For ever

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Name: kendra _____ [Date: 8/26/08]
Title: The track of a storm
Subject: media tech

Review/comment: This book was very interesting to me and i love chapter 3. I love the way the author has such good dynamics and such good details. I just wanted to tell you that and to tell you to read this book!

Name: _____ [Date: 9/10/08]

Review/comment: This is my favorite book of all time. I first read it at school when I was growing up in Kenya and the way the teacher brought each and every page alive has stuck with me ever since. I especially love the opening paragraph in the first chapter and the last chapter of the book, which truly makes the reader feel as if they're in 18th century England and France.

Name: playa _____ [Date: 10/26/08]
Title: da pimp

Review/comment: It's really fat and bobby but has a big hole so it's all good. Slimy though.