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In the Dickinson novel A Tale of Two Cities a change occurs amongst some of the characters resurrecting them for the better The story line of A Tale of Two Cities takes place during the violent times of Frances Revolutionary War This was the catalyst which changed the lives of Mr Lorry Jerry Cruncher Dr Manette and Sydney Carton the circumstances of the times helped them to resurrect themselves to become better human beings Mr Lorrys change was the most subtle because he claimed that he was a businessman throughout the book However his actions proved differently Mr Lorrys character was resurrected from being a machine-like businessman to a loving friend At the start of the book even Mr Lorry himself claimed no emotion in the line dont heed me any more than if I was a speaking machine-truly I am not much else P 19 However at the end of the novel he took a vacation from Tellsons Bank to stay with the Manette family in their time of need Mr Lorrys resurrection was an important step for him one that would relieve him of all past regrets Jerry Cruncher a Tellsons Banks handyman was involved in a grave robbing scheme and was uncomfortable with his wifes praying habits He went to Paris with the Manettes as their bodyguard but after their ordeals he became more of a friend Also because of many brushes with the law he decided to end his unscrupulous behavior for a more quiet home life While waiting for their carriage Jerry said to Miss Pross never no more will I do it never no moreP 340 He even mentioned that he hoped his wife would continue praying This was a big change for Jerry because he was his sons role model and if Jerry did illegal things then his Lil Jerry would most likely follow in his fathers footsteps Dr Manette was resurrected from an
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