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It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, charles dickens writes in the opening lines of a tale of two cities as he paints a picture of life in e. A tale of two cities was published in 1859, dickens' portrayal of life in 1775 england and france jarvis lorry travels to paris on a secret mission dr alexandre manette was just released from the bastille after being imprisoned for 18 years, his daughter lucie is.
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