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A Tale of Two Cities by Dickens was one of the books on the "essential reading" list at school. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Annie
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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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