A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens explores the themes of class, family, loyalty, and love through the story of Doctor Manette and his daughter, Lucie. After years of imprisonment in the Bastille in Paris, Doctor Manette reunites with his daughter, and the two begin a peaceful life together in London. However, their happiness is broken when Lucie’s husband becomes entangled with the people responsible for Doctor Manette’s imprisonment. Through the experience of one family and their faithful friends caught up in the turmoil of the French Revolution, Dickens examines the universal human experience of suffering, the desire for justice, and the atoning power of self-sacrifice. To better assist students in understanding the text, the A Tale of Two Cities Teacher Guideprovides all answers to questions in the A Tale of Two Cities Student Bookand all test and quizzes.
The A Tale of Two Cities Teacher Guide is equipped with all answers to the A Tale of Two Cities Student Book as well as all tests and quizzes. The A Tale of Two Cities Teacher Guide enables educators to guide students through the grammar, logic, and rhetoric stages towards the central proposition that gives the story ultimate meaning and expression.