However, this is very short lived because he is re-arrested that same night and sentenced to death by the guillotine.
Then he is once again resurrected from an uncertain death by Carton.
A Tale of Two Cities A Tale of Two Cities has long been one of Charles Dickens' most favored books.
This book opens in the year 1775 by contrasting two cities: Paris, France and London, England.
Carton has a better perspective on the situation in France as opposed to Charles Darnay. However, the reader could interpret a misuse of them.
Darnay’s return to France to save Gabelle and help save the peasants was very notable, but probably not the most intelligent act to make.Sydney Carton is a true hero in the way that he puts others first.He shows this quality as he works for Stryver to save the wrongfully accused from death and when he goes back to France to try to help put a stop the bloodshed.With the jury's acquittal, Darnay has been resurrected from his seemingly certain fate of torture and execution.Charles is again recalled to life when he is tried, then freed in Paris.When Darnay is in his cell awaiting his execution Carton views this as the perfect opportunity for him to make his own life meaningful by allowing a person with purpose to live on.So Carton sneaks in to Darnay's cell and trades places with him. Throughout this story various characters are "recalled to life", meaning that they have had a new chance at life. Manette is clearly mad after being in prison for eighteen years. Lorry eventually nurse the doctor back to a healthy state and out of his insane state they had "recalled him to life." Dr. Manette's life back to him or "recalled him to life." Another instance in which someone is "recalled to life" involves Charles Darnay.Manette was nursed from an insane state with no real life to a sane one with a very functional life. Charles Darnay is on trial for treason in England(Book 2, Ch.2-4). J Stryver and Sydney Carton are representing Darnay in this trial.The Resurrection theme in A tale of Two Cities In A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens, many characters are given second chances as their lives are resurrected from their seemingly hopeless states. Manette, and Charles Darnay are all resurrected at times when hope seems to have been lost. Lorry's dream, in which he is digging a man out of the earth, symbolizes the real-life resurrection that is about to take place in the book. He also suffers another mental relapse when the contents of his journal are read in court in Paris, condemning Darnay. Manette is first recalled to life after eighteen years of wrongful imprisonment. Manette is recalled to life once again when Darnay's true identity is revealed to him, causing such fearful memories to be recalled to life that he suffers a mental relapse.