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Throughout the book A Tale of Two Cities Sydney Carton was a very complex character He changes his personality throughout the book In the beginning he started off as a negative person with no hope He did not have a care in the world Towards the middle of the book a light starts to shine through him He confesses his love which surprisingly brings out the best in himself At the end he makes a big sacrifice He sacrificed his life for his love Lucie He never gave himself enough credit Sydney Carton is not the same person that he was made out to be Sydney Carton started off as a man who likes to portray himself as someone hes not He describes himself as I am a disappointed drudge sir I care for no man on earth and no man on earth cares for me89 He however is very intelligent but does not give himself enough credit Carton turned Mr Stryver into one of the best attorneys This is the beginning of their friendship but Sydney does not see it as that At the trial he helped save Charles Darnay from being imprisoned People were accusing Darnay because he looked like the man from the scene Then Carton realizes that they both look alike So by noticing this he brings it upon the court The court decided that is could have been anyone at the scene because there are plenty of people that look alike After the trial Charles and Sydney were together Carton as he normally would was drinking Darnay then notices this Charles then says to him I think you have been drinking MrCarton 88 Charles Darnay thinks that he is doing this simply to hide his pain and because Sydney does not care about his life However Sydney does not stay this way Sydney Carton soon realizes that there is something to life
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