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A Tale of Two Cities

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A Tale of Two Cities Answer Key

1. 
Why do you think Carton wanted to show that there was a man like himself in town?
  • Sample answer: In order to show the Defarges that there was a man in Paris that looks like Darnay, so when Carton takes his place to be executed in order to allow Darnay to escape, the Defarges will be less inclined to be suspicious.
2. 
Finish this sentence: On one of them, which was a fringed scarf for a dress of ceremony, I saw the armorial bearings of a noble, and the letter E.
3. 
Who are the three people that the delirious woman screams of?
  • Only need two of the following, one point for each (up to two points): Her husband, her father, and her brother.
4. 
What does Doctor Manette say he cannot find to Carton and Mr. Lorry?
  • His shoe-making bench.
5. 
Who was the "minority" during the discussion in the wine shop about Darnay's family?
  1. The Vengeance
  2. Monsieur Defarge
  3. Mdm. Defarge
  4. Jacques Number Three
6. 
After the trial what did little Lucie overhear Carton whisper to Lucie?
  1. Now you'll be mine.
  2. Good night.
  3. I am the resurrection and the life.
  4. A life you love.
7. 
At the end of the second trial Charles Evremonde called Darnay was found                .
  1. innocent
  2. at the bar
  3. underground
  4. guilty
8. 
Who is the "younger sister" referred to in Doctor Manette's letter?
  1. Mdm. Defarge
  2. Miss Pross
  3. Lucie
  4. Little Lucie
9. 
To what number would the delirious woman count to?
  1. 3
  2. 7
  3. 12
  4. 13
10. 
What is the iconic first line of "A Tale of Two Cities?"
  • It was the best of times, it was the worst of times...
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