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|Kindle, September 15, 1989||
|Length: 255 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||
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I would recommend this to anyone who would like to understand the French Revolution and the resulting depth of feeling from an English point of view. Read morePublished 21 hours ago by Jim Wheeler
Of course I read this in high school as a teen. I've recently begun rereading the classics. The style and writing are exquisite. Read morePublished 4 days ago by SCL
Good read. Of course, written in old English language, but once you get past that, it's good. Good author.Published 4 days ago by Little House
A good story of contrast between Paris and London. Once again Dickens does a study of social classes.Published 17 days ago by Kindle Customer
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I found the end of the book to be highly moving. It was written so well that I felt I was actually witnessing the event. I'm sorry that I don't explain myself more, but to do so is to relate the ending of the book to someone who may not have read the book fully yet. But, it is the ending that... Read More
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