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3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5 3.00 (400,319 ratings) (rate this audio book) Author: Charles Dickens Narrator: Jesús Rois Frey Publisher: audiomol.com Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date:
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Tomando como punto de referencia la revolución francesa, Dickens muestra los problemas sociales y políticos de Inglaterra, temiendo que la historia se repitiera en su país natal cuando el escribía esta novela.En el contraste de estas dos ciudades presentadas, Inglaterra se presenta como la confianza, la tranquilidad, el futuro asegurado, mientras Francia se convierte más y más peligrosa a medida que avanza la novela. Los actos de violencia realizados por el pueblo francés, están dentro de las escenas más memorables del libro. Dickens rechaza la violencia revolucionaria en sus dos formas, tanto es su forma popular, por las masas, como en su forma institucionalizada como es el terror.Dickens escribió un libro sobre dos ciudades, una que entendía y conocía y la otra que no entendía ni conocía. Su descripción sobre la que no conocía es casi mejor que la que sí conocía.

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    " The first book I read of Charles Dickens. Such a great story teller, a master of language. It was less like reading a book and more like watching a movie unfold in the mind ! The love triangle, the tragedy, it packs all the elements in a grand manner ! For me it's like most hindi movies were made after reading this book. "

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    " This classic novel of the French Revolution centers on a doctor and his daughter. Dr Manette was held in the Bastille for years without a trial, and was a broken man when released. Rehabilitated by his daughter Lucie, he makes a new life in England. When Lucie falls for a young Frenchman, Charles Darnay, it would seem that Manette cannot escape his past. As the novel builds to its climax in Paris, the reader is drawn in completely to this world of revenge and renewal. "

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    " Seriously one of my favorite books. The symbolism runs rampant. It's a tough read, but definitely worth it. "

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