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A Tale of Two Cities Access Edition

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EMC Access Editions: A Tale of Two Cities Access Edition
ISBN: 978-0-82191-651-3
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EMC Access Editions: Tale of Two Cities eBook (1-year license)
ISBN: 978-0-82197-537-4

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Author(s): Charles Dickens

Recommmended: High School; Challenging

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times….” So begins Charles Dickens's riveting tale of ill-fated love and heroic sacrifice, set against the backdrop of the French Revolution. In one of his most popular and powerful novels, Dickens paints an unforgettable portrait of London and Paris at the height of the Terror. Out of horrifying misery, struggle, and cruelty rises a new world order and renewed faith, not in the nobility of the aristocracy, but in the noble strength of the human spirit. This complete study edition of A Tale of Two Cities includes information about the French Revolution, questions, writing ideas, and projects—everything you need to explore one of Dickens's most enduring works.
Author Bio
Know for his biting wit, engaging characters, and deep concern for social causes, Charles Dickens has long been considered one of England's finest novelists. Astonishingly popular in his day, when thousands of readers awaited the next installment of his serialized works, Dickens remains, more than a century later, one of the best and most relevant of authors.