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In Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens three strong women play major roles in the novel Lucie Manette Madam Defarge and Miss Pross are all examples of strong influential women Their strengths vary thou being either physically strong or strong in their hearts Their strengths can be seen helping others or even getting revenge Either way they are all very influential women In Tale of Two Cities Lucie Manette Madame Defarge and Miss Pross portray the theme of Love Conquers Hate through the strength that they show and the powerful influence that they have on other characters in the storyLucie Manette shows her incredible influence over her loved ones in various ways throughout the novel She is a beautiful woman with soft golden hair and bright blue eyes that would be a gem for any man to have She is very compassionate goodhearted and sensitive to others When she is first reunited with her father her strength and courage are shown but her incredible influence over Dr Manette is illustrated within this quote Only his daughter had the power of charming his black brooding from his mind She was the golden thread that united him to a Past beyond his misery and to a Present beyond his misery and the sound of her voice the light of her face the touch of her hand had a strong beneficial influence with him almost always 83 Lucies presence brings her father so much joy and security that being with her is the only way to make him forget about the horrible memories of his past Considering the darkness of his past and how much it had changed him to be the only thing that can enlighten him is an extremely powerful influence to have over someone The love between Lucie and her father is so strong that it cancels out the hatred of the dark scarring memories of Dr Manettes past Lucie also has a
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