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Resurrection Multitudes who sleep in the dust of the earth will awake some to everlasting life others to shame and everlasting contempt Daniel 122 This is basically the definition or example of what resurrection is This was shown when the Lord told this quote to Daniel Although in A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens resurrection isnt literally used as being awoken from the dead but certain areas of this resurrection are certainly related Not only is resurrection shown to the reader on a physical level as the Bible shows it but it is also shown through spiritually and mentally Several characters are examples to these three different parts of resurrection Charles Dickens uses resurrection in his novel A Tale of Two Cities to give the reader enlightenment and break due to the horrible time period and bloody nature during the revolutionary time period the novel takes place in Many individuals will say that resurrection is another word for being Recalled to Life as in the title of book one Being Recalled to Life can be shown on a mental physical and spiritual level just the same as resurrection Dickens gives the reader a taste of being Recalled to Life right off the bat when Mr Lorry in his stagecoach is set out for Dover to bring Dr Manette back to England sends Jerry Cruncher to Tellsons Bank with the message Recalled to Life Then as the coach lurches on towards its destination he falls asleep and dreams After such imaginary discourse the passenger inhis fancy would dig and dig dig --now with a spade now with a great key now with his hands-to dig this wretched creature out p47 Not only is the term Recalled to Life used towards the beginning of the book but the term is also used threoughout the novel Due to Dr Mannettes rescue he is a definate example of being Recalled to Life He has
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