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Revolution It was the year 1789 when the flood started The flood known as the French Revolution The revolution brought France all the change we desired for a long time The success of the revolution can not even be expressed in words I only wish that the flood was started earlier The flood was not some spontaneous event however it was a flood filled with all the bitterness and harshness my people had to endure for centuries Revolution by definition is the abrupt overthrow of the government a sudden change in a system And the sudden change in the system was obvious in A Tale of Two Cities The cries of our dead children were no longer be silenced for they began to burst forth from their coffins Their cries harmonized with those of our forefathers demanding change Monseigneur the good God knows but I dont ask it My petition is that a morsel of stone or wood with my husbands name my be placed over him to show where he lies Otherwise the place will be forgotten it will never be found when I am dead of the same malady I shall be laid under some heap of poor grass Monseigneur there are so many they increase so fast there is so much want Monseignuer MonseignuerDickens page 122 This poor woman could not even provide her husband with a proper burial Her husband probably worked hard all his life just trying to provide for his family It was in his death that he had to die with no dignity His story like others was soon to be forgotten It was up to the flood to assure the fact that his story would not be forgotten that it would always be remembered as something that should never have happened One of the most thrilling events of the revolution occurred on July 14 The French people stood as one one body one heartbeat
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