Who is to look after Dr. Manette while the young couple are away on their honeymoon?
Why does the Doctor emerge from his conference with the bridegroom deathly pale?
3. How does Dickens employ Dr. Manette's relapse to generate suspense?
Book II, Chapter 19: "An Opinion"
What request of Dr. Manette, now recovered, does Mr. Lorry make and why?
Once again Dickens employs Lorry to relate a difficult truth: what was the first
occasion? How does Lorry handle it each time?
Book II, Chapter 20: "A Plea"
In spite of his own unhappy marriage, or perhaps because of it, how does Dickens characterize the Charles/Lucie relationship?
Why, surprisingly, does Sydney Carton apologize to Charles and offer his friendship?
Book II, Chapter 21: "Echoing Footsteps"
What is the date in this chapter?
What is Carton's relationship with the Darnay family?
How does Mr. Lorry's news indicate the revolution is beginning?
How do we finally get to see Dr. Manette's place of confinement in the Bastille?
How does Dickens intensify our repulsion for Madame Defarge?
Book II, Chapter 22: "The Sea Still Rises"
What is the date now?
Why does Defarge hate Foulon?
How is Foulon's punishment yet another example of poetic justice?
When Defarge says to his wife "At last it has come," why does she not totally
Book II, Chapter 23: "Fire Rises"