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INTRODUCTION:
Thesis:_____________________________________________________.

BODY PARAGRAPH 1:
Opening Sentence:___________________________________________.
Detail 1:Carton believes that he is a waste of life and has no purpose being the world
"I am a disappointed drudge, sir I care for no man on earth and no man on earth cares for me." (2.4.70)
Detail 2:Starts to show his slow resurrection when he admits his love for Lucie "the last dream of [his] soul.” (book 2 Chapter 130Detail 3:Carton redeems himself by sacrifices his life for the women he loves and her happiness showing that he has been resurrected "I am the resurrection and the life, saith the Lord: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live: and whosoever liveth and believeth in me, shall never die," (3.9.89).

BODY PARAGRAPH II:
Transition/Opening Sentence:_________________________________.
Detail 1:When Dr. Manette is first released from prison he is like an infant that doesn't know the world.
"Prisoner 105, North Tower,"
Detail 2:Starts to realize who he is when he meets his daughter Lucie at the Defarge winery
"She was the golden thread that united him to a Past beyond his misery, and to a Present beyond his misery: and the sound of her voice, the light of her face, the touch of her hand, had a strong beneficial influence with him almost always."(2.4.3)

Detail 3:He is finally shown in his full resurrectional the towards the end of the novel when he find out his bench has been taken away
BODY PARAGRAPH III:
Transition/Opening Sentence:_________________________________.
Detail 1:Marrying Lucie had hide his past from many people in France and England "I know that when she is clinging to you, the hands of baby, girl, and woman, all in one, are round your neck. I know that in loving you she sees and loves her mother at her own age, sees and loves you at my age, loves her mother...
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