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A tale of two cities

Asked by ruth_246 | Aug 20, 2008 | GCSE Level > English > Coursework
ruth_246 asks:

I really struggle writing essays and my coursework over the summer holidays was to write an essay titled; does dickens portray the french aristocracy as deserving of their fate?. for one paragraph i am saying that they are not deserving of their fate by using charles darnay as an example but i dont know how to explain my points that he was less deserving because he disowned his name - evermonde. im in a bit of a muddle because i dont know what other points i can find in the book which show the french aristocracy as less deserving of their fate. do you know anything that could help me to write this paragraph?
Thanks... Ruth

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Sorry, can' help with this one

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