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If surviving becomes such a struggle that a person must force himself to constantly work with no satisfaction and no wealth then in that persons life there could be a certain point where he might revolt against the unjust conditions that he must regularly put up with There are many levels of poverty in which a person may learn to live in but there is also certain levels of poverty in which a person will never be able to learn to live in If certain people are fortunate enough to obtain large sums of money without putting any amounts of labor in to their life and consider themselves better than a lower class of people who work much harder to earn much less then those people deserve whatever consequences they get Charles Dickens the author of A Tale of Two Cities puts large amounts of emphasis on the function and life styles of the Aristocracy and how they do not deserve the wealth and fortune that they receive but deserve the revolution that was brought against them The Aristocrats are a wealthy group of people that do not necessarily earn their money through hard work but more likely they inherit their money and land from their parents who are of high standing Along with the money land and fame being an Aristocrat also comes with certain privileges An Aristocrat for any reason what so ever has the power to put a person in La Force a prison for people accused of committing a crime by the Aristocrats without these accused people receiving a fair trial Charles Dickens believes that the Aristocracy consists of lazy people who care more about their social affairs than the business matters that are brought before them So polite and so impressible was Monseigneur that the Comedy and the Grand Opera had far more influence with him in the tiresome articles of state affairs and state secrets than the needs
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