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The complications in Charles Darnays life reflect that of societies immediate conditions In A Tale of Two Cities Charles Dickens reveals the instability of France and England While encountering numerous trials Charles Darnay and Sydney Carton must also live through the romance similar to that of Romeo and Juliet It was the best of times it was the worst of times Dickens The central conflict of the novel revolves around the two characters Charles Darnay and Sydney Carton Charles Darnay was accused of treason in England and his lawyer Stryver pleads his case but it wasnt accomplished until Carton comes along to help Later on Charles Darnay renounces his last name as an Evr because of what the French do and he dislikes the French aristocracy As soon as he renounces his name he moves to England and later he falls in love with Lucie Manette and she falls for him too Sydney Carton who has problems with drinking also fell in love with Lucie he was willing to change for her and he felt as if everything was much better with her around This became a major conflict for Sydney Carton as his sake he was trying to free himself from all his problems He loves Lucie so much but he sees that she has never loved him yet he would do anything for her His love for Lucie is that of great courage because he will do something significant and the most surprising thing for her In A Tale of Two Cities the conflicts begin to arise as Darnay goes back to France to rescue a fellow friend because he was in danger at that moment At this he risks his own life because of a promise he had made Darnay was soon captured and held in the Bastille As soon as Lucie found out she was shocked and very sad to hear of this Carton notices and realizes how much Lucie loves
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