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Light Truth and Love For with you is the fountain of life in your light we see light Psalms 369 Light itself is invisible and everything without light is invisible But when light touches objects people for instance the truth is shown and we understand that person better Without light in Dickens A Tale of Two Cities we would not be able to see the true form of the main characters and would not know what makes them who they are Each theme has a different meaning to each character and what they do in this book Throughout this novel we also see close connections between certain couples what represents the life of the people and the symbolism between the sacrifices in new and old religion played out From the beginning to the end this book uses doubles as a way to explain more about another character through what we called were pairs and poles The pair and pole that could be considered the most important couple in this novel is Sydney Carton and Charles Darnay In this case these to people are both pairs and poles Whenever Carton looked into a mirror he saw Darnay and what he wanted to be They also shared the same love for Lucie but Cartons love was stronger because she loved him for who he was and no one else could see that But they are sometimes represented together as light and dark because Carton has no feelings inside for anything Next are Miss Pross who is a very loving person and Madame Defarge who is full of hate Miss Pross with the vigorous tenacity of love always so much stronger than hate Miss Pross loves Lucie and protects her from Madame Defarge who hates Lucie and tries to kill her There is two sides to Dr Manette essentially it comes to good and evil The good side is a very smart brilliant and well
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