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In his novel Tale of Two Cities Charles Dickens gives perspectives on women that were very relevant when the book was written Now while reading a book filled with women at such opposite ends of a spectrum one may perceive this as ridiculously unrealistic When writing this novel Dickens was obviously out of touch with reality Dickens portrays women very unrealistically in Tale of Two Cities by his portrayal of Lucie by his portrayal of Miss Pross and by his portrayal of Madame Defarge All three women are strong in their own ways but all three women are unrealistically strong Many people look for something in life that they will never find The perfect person Whether it is a perfect wife who cooks cleans and also manages to be independent and loving or the perfect man who showers his wife with flowers on every anniversary birthday and sometimes just for the fun of it The woman who is sensitive caring and to top it off beautiful And the man who makes lots of money but still manages to spend time with his family The character in Tale of Two Cities Lucie Manette is the perfect example of a well-rounded perfect woman She is dainty beautiful a wonderful mother and everything else She is also brave for her husband Charles Darnay Dickens portrays this woman as everything good in life When reading the story one may think that that sort of person is really out there Looking further into Lucies character brings the realization that there is no perfect woman Every woman has flaws The character Lucie Manette contradict s that fact She does not have flaws Lucie is a very delicate woman On many occasions throughout the book when some form of surprise is brought upon her Lucie faints Sydney Carton puts it clearly when he says She was a golden- haired doll Dickens He tries to look beyond the outermost
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