In his crowning masterpiece, "A Tale of Two Cities," Dickens tells the story of Charles Darnay, a French aristocrat living in England, who returns to France amid the tumult of the Revolution, to save a wrongfully imprisoned man. When Darnay is put on trial himself by the Revolutionaries, only his friend Sydney Carton, a dissolute barrister secretly in love with Darnay’s wife, has the power to save him. The result is one of the most beautiful—and certainly most famous—acts of self-sacrifice in all of English literature. With over 200 million copies sold, "A Tale of Two Cities" continues to be loved today for its masterful prose and profound moral vision.About the Author:
Charles Dickens (1812-1870) was the greatest novelist of the Victorian era, a profound social critic and investigator into human nature, whose many masterpieces include "Great Expectations," "Oliver Twist," "A Christmas Carol," and "David Copperfield."
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