A Tale of Two Cities Quotes and Setting

A Tale of Two Cities Quotes and Setting

Who stated: “Lucie Manette, just child of Physician Manette, the excellent doctor who sits there.”?
Charles Darnay
Who said: “No!”?
the population
Who stated: “Lucie! My own! I am safe.”?
Charles Darnay
Who stated: “O dearest Charles, let me thank God for this on my knees as I have hoped to Him.”?
Lucie Manette
Who said: “You should not be weak, my beloved, don’t tremble so. I conserved him.”?
Medical professional Manette
Who stated: “Now Mr. Cruncher, if you are all set, I am.”?
Miss Pross
Who stated: “There’s all manner of things wanted, and we shall have a precious time of it. We desire white wine, amongst the rest. Nice toasts these Redheads will be drinking, any place we purchase it.”?
Miss Pross
Who said: “Who’s he?”?
Miss Pross
Who stated: “Old Nick’s”?
Jerry Cruncher
Who stated: “Ha! It doesn’t need an interpreter to discuss the meaning of these animals. They have however one, and it’s Midnight, Murder, and Mischief.”?
Miss Pross
Who stated: “Hush, dear! Pray, pray, be cautious!”?
Lucie Manette
Who said: “I believe you may take that liberty.”?
Doctor Manette
Who said: “For gracious sake, do not talk about Liberty; we have rather sufficient of that.”?
Miss Pross
Who stated: “Hush, dear! Again?”?
Lucie Manette
Who said: “Heigh-ho-hum!”?
Miss Pross
Who stated: “My love, the staircase is as still as Death.”
Medical professional Manette
Where was Charles Darnay’s trial held at?
The Conciergerie
Who said: “Person Medical professional, ask no more. If the Republic demands sacrifices from you, without doubt you as a great patriot will more than happy to make them. The Republic precedes all. The People is Supreme. Evrémonde, we are pushed.”?
the very first of the 4 rough guys in red caps sent out to re-imprison Darnay
Who said: “One word. Will you inform me who knocked him?”?
Doctor Manette
Who said: “It protests guideline, but you can ask Him of Saint Antoine here.”?
the very first of the 4 rough men in red caps sent out to re-imprison Darnay
Which bridge did Miss Pross (and Jerry Cruncher) cross when on her way to make purchases for Charles Darnay and Lucie Manette?
the Pont-Neuf
What was the name of the wine-shoppe in which Miss Pross and Jerry Cruncher gotten in?
The Good Republican Politician Brutus of Antiquity
Who stated: “What is the matter?”?
Solomon Pross
Who stated: “Oh, Solomon, dear Solomon!”?
Miss Pross
Who stated: “After not setting eyes upon you or hearing of you for so long a time, do I discover you here!”?
Miss Pross
Who said: “Then hold your meddlesome tongue and come out, if you want to speak to me. Pay for your red wine, and come out. Who’s this guy?”?
Solomon Pross
Who stated: “Mr. Cruncher.”?
Miss Pross
Who stated: “Let him come out too. Does he think me a ghost?”?
Solomon Pross
Who stated: “Now, what do you want?”?
Solomon Pross
Who stated: “The gracious and merciful Heavens prohibited!”?
Miss Pross
Who said: “I state! May I ask the favour? As the whether your name is John Solomon or Solomon John?”?
Jerry Cruncher
Who said: “What do you imply?”?
Solomon Pross
Who stated: “Well, I don’t understand all I imply, for I can’t recollect what your name was, over the water.”?
Jerry Cruncher
Who said: “No?”?
Solomon Pross
Who stated: “No. However I’ll swear it was a name of two syllables.”?
Jerry Cruncher
Who said: “Yes, T’other one’s was one syllable. I understand you. You was a spy-witness at the Bailey. What, in the name of the Daddy of Lies, own dad to yourself, was you called at that time?”?
Jerry Cruncher
Who said: “Barsad.”?
Sydney Carton
Who stated: “That’s the name for a thousand pound!”?
Jerry Cruncher
Who said: “What purpose?”?
John Barsad
Who stated: “It would be problematic, and might be unsafe, to describe in the street. Could you favor me, in confidence, with some minutes of your company- at the workplace of Tellson’s Bank, for instance?”?
Sydney Carton
Who stated: “Actually, Mr. Barsad, I can’t say, if you can’t.”?
Sydney Container
Who said: “Now, I told you so, if any trouble comes of this, it’s your doing.”?
John Barsad
Who said: “Barsad?”?
Mr. Jarvis Lorry
Who said: “Witness at that trial.”?
Sydney Carton
Who said: “You have good cards, sir.”?
John Barsad
Who stated: “Not to understand your play.”?
John Barsad
Who stated: “I could not much better testify my respect for your sis than by lastly relieving her of her sibling.”?
Sydney Container
Who said: “Now, you are rash, sir.”?
John Barsad
What was the name of the Church in which Roger Cly was buried?
Saint Pancras-in-the-Fields
Who stated: “That there Roger Cly, master. So you put him in his casket?”?
Jerry Cruncher
Who said: “Who took him out of it?”?
Jerry Cruncher
Who said: “I mean, that he warn’t never in it. No! Not he! I’ll have my head removed, if he was ever in it.”?
Jerry Cruncher
Who said: “Jerry. Come here.”?
Mr. Jarvis Truck
Who stated: “I never ever stated it would.”?
Sydney Carton
Who stated: “Distressed and dissatisfied but really gorgeous.”?
Mr. Jarvis Lorry
Who stated: “Ah!”?
Sydney Carton
Who stated: “And your responsibilities here have drawn to an end, sir?”?
Sydney Container
Who stated: “Yes, yes, thank God. I didn’t quite imply what I stated.”?
Mr. Jarvis Truck
Who said: “It is a thing to thank God for, is it not?”?
Sydney Carton
Who stated: “I understand the feeling!”?
Sydney Container
Who stated: “Yes, unhappily.”?
Mr. Jarvis Lorry
Where did Sydney Container go after his chat with Mr. Lorry?
to the walls of the prison of La Force where Lucie Manette had stood before
At what time did Sydney carton reach the prison of La Force
ten o’clock at night
Who stated: “How goes the Republic?”?
Sydney Container
Who said: “You indicate the Guillotine. Not ill. Sixty-three to-day. We shall mount to a hundred quickly. Samson and his males grumble in some cases, of being tired. Ha, ha, ha! He is so droll, that Samson. Such a Barber!”?
the wood-sawyer
Where did Sydney container go after speaking to the wood-sawyer?
to a chemist’s shop
Who said: “Whew!”?
the owner of the chemist’s shop
Who said: “Hi! hi! hi!”?
the owner of the chemist’s store
Who said: “Perfectly.”?
Sydney Container
What was the name of the river which Sydney Carton crossed to reach “lighter streets.”?
the Seine
Who said: “Like me!”?
Sydney Carton
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