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A Tale of Two Cities (Barnes & Noble Classics)

Author : Dickens, Charles

a Tale Of Two Cities, By charles Dickens, Is Part Of The barnes & Noble Classics Series, Which Offers Quality Editions At Affordable Prices To The Student And The General Reader, Including New Scholarship, Thoughtful Design, And Pages Of Carefully Crafted Extras. Here Are Some Of The Remarkable Features Of barnes & Noble Classics:

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“it Was The Best Of Times, It Was The Worst Of Times . . .” With These Famous Words, charles Dickens Plunges The Reader Into One Of History’s Most Explosive Eras—the French Revolution. From The Storming Of The Bastille To The Relentless Drop Of The Guillotine, Dickens Vividly Captures The Terror And Upheaval Of That Tumultuous Period. At The Center Is The Novel’s Hero, Sydney Carton, A Lazy, Alcoholic Attorney Who, Inspired By A Woman, Makes The Supreme Sacrifice On The Bloodstained Streets Of Paris.

Edition : Reprint
Format : Paperback

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Condition : Very Good
ISBN13 : 9781593081386
ISBN : 1593081383
Date Published : 2004
Publisher : Sterling

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