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Jarvis Lorry an employee of Tellsons Bank was sent to find Dr Manette an unjustly imprisoned physician in Paris and bring him back to England Lucie Manettes daughter who thought that he was dead accompanied Mr Lorry Upon arriving at Defarges wine shop in Paris they found Mr Manette in a dreadful state and took him back to London with them Mr Manette could not rember why he had been imprisoned or when he was imprisoned He was in a state of Post Tramatic Stress Dis-order All the years of imporisonment led to his insanity his life was in danger almost every second of his imprisoned life In 1780 five years later Lucie Mr Lorry and Dr Manette were called to testify against Charles Darnay a tutor who made constant trips between France and England and was thus accused of treason During these times both governments were very paranoid about anybody who had the aperence of commiting treason Darney since he travled back and forth between countries was a perfect suspect for treason The French Government had just been overthrown by the beggars and middle class and now run by them the British on the other hand was still a monarchy and had awful factories and many slums like France did Darnay was acquitted when a lawyer Carton looked much like him and an eye witness faltered to positively distinguish between them Carton loved Lucie but he was a drunk Knowing that their relationship was hopeless he stated that he would sacrifice himself for her or anyone she loved in an emotional conversation Darnay ended up marrying Lucie Darnays uncle the Marquiuis St Evremonde was assassinated by the father of a child he ran over and Darnay inherited his Chateau Darnay would not take it because he did not want to exploit the French people as his uncle did In 1792 while the French Revolution was in full swing Darnay decided to go to France
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