Symbolism in A Tale of Two Cities

Literature / April 23, 2015 / No Comments /
This paper examines the role of wine in the novel, and how it portrays the blood lost during the times.

“Charles Dickens uses red wine to symbolize several very important issues concerning the French Revolution. In “A Tale of Two Cities”, red wine symbolizes the blood thirstied for by the gov’t and that spilled by the revolutionaries. ”


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