A Tale Of Two Cities

Revolution in the Victorian Age.

A Tale of Two Cities is Charles Dicken’s most beloved book, and for good reason. His only work of historical fiction, it splits its time between nineteenth century London and Paris, and depicts the relations between the peasantry and the aristocracy and how violently the tables turned during the French revolution. Following the lives of a young woman, her two suitors, and her father, the novel expands and contracts with time, and has become one of the most important and influential books from the Victorian era.

  • By Charles Dickens
  • Hardcover
  • 544 pages
  • Cover and Illustrations by Coralie Bickford-Smith
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