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Charles Dickens focuses on resurrection the revival of mind and emotion in his novel A Tale of Two Cities Dr Manette Charles Darnay and Sydney Carton are given second chances as their lives are resurrected The story begins with Jerry Cruncher telling the Tellsons banker Jarvis Lorry to meet Lucie Manette at Dover Lorry responds to this message with recalled to life which in turn puzzles Jerry This foreshadows a resurrection that is about to take place Lorry then drives to Dover meets the lovely Lucie and reveals to her that her father is still alive Lucie faints She and Lorry then go to the Defarges and retrieve Lucies father Lucie Lorry and Monsieur Defarge go to Dr Manettes room and find the doctor making shoes Lorry introduces the doctor to his daughter and Lucie to her father Then he and Monsieur Defarge left the two to have an emotional conversation After a while Lorry comes back and the three of them sail to England Dr Manette is the first to be resurrected In Book I Dickens describes Dr Manette as a buried man who had been dug out Ivi46 Reduced to a temporary insanity Dr Manette remembers barely anything about his past In fact he does not even remember his own name rather he remembers it as one hundred and five North Tower his number in prison Ivi37 Thus in this respect Dr Manette dies However he is recalled to life both by his daughter and Lorry when they take him to England and nurse him back to health I hope you care to be recalled to life and the old man answers I cant say Ivi46 Lucie is most responsible for her fathers resurrection Lucie is dedicated to the care of her father and she lovingly assists him in his mental recovery I tell you dearest dear that your agony is over and that I have come here and take you from itand
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