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What chapter is Darnay's second trial?
Hereof, what chapter does Miss Pross kill Madame Defarge?
After calling for Lucie and the Doctor, Madame Defarge suspects that they have fled and tries to enter the room that Miss Pross is blocking. The two women struggle and Madame Defarge pulls out a gun. Miss Pross strikes it aside and the gun goes off, killing Madame Defarge and permanently deafening Miss Pross.
One may also ask, how is Charles Darnay acquitted? When he first appears in the novel, Darnay is on trial in London, accused of passing information between France and England. As the result of this possibility, and the circumstantial evidence, Darnay is acquitted and allowed to go.
Hereof, what is the date in Chapter 21 of A Tale of Two Cities?
The narrator refers to the echoing footsteps of Sydney Carton as he hangs around the loving household of Lucie and Charles. And there are also echoing footsteps in France, as the Revolution gains steams and finally explodes violently at the Bastille on July 14, 1789.
What is the fate of Cly?
Answer and Explanation: In A Tale of Two Cities, Roger Cly is a British spy who accuses Charles Darnay of treason. While Cly fakes his own death, his ultimate fate is never