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How did the Dr. Manettes symbolise resurrection and buried alive again?




This question is part of Tale of Two Cities Book II
Asked by Hgmcman, Last updated: Dec 20, 2020

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Zoey H. Rusell

Zoey H. Rusell

Zoey H. Rusell
Zoey H. Rusell, Data Analyst

Answered Dec 06, 2017

Dr. Manette played a role in the play A Tale of Two Cities. He portrays an important theme in the play. He shows that resurrection is the result of a sacrifice. He tries to portray the message of Christ who was resurrected into eternal bliss after he made the ultimate sacrifice of giving his life for mankind. He is imprisoned for many years but is finally resurrected back to life by Lucie’s love. However, he is not the only man brought back to life.

Carton, sacrificing himself after saying a Christian prayer is also brought to life and Jerry cruncher, also known as the ‘resurrection man’ finally gives up his wrong ways to find his resurrection also.

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