The shoemaker by charles dickens full story
The Pickwick Club - A Tale of Two Cities: Tale of Two Cities Book 2 Ch. 19-24 Showing 1-50 of 80
Summary Chapter 6
Defarge greets the shoemaker. He lets in more light into the room. He asks the man if he is going to finish the shoes. Jarvis Lorry comes forward, and Defarge asks the man to show Lorry the shoe. Lorry asks if he is a shoemaker by trade. The man says no.
Dickens, C. Dickens, Charles. Lit2Go Edition. September 22, It was raised for a moment, and a very faint voice responded to the salutation, as if it were at a distance:. The faintness of the voice was pitiable and dreadful.
The man making shoes works steadily at his bench. Aged and weakened by his long years in prison, he seems to be aware only of the task at hand shoemaking and does not even know that he has been released from prison. He begins remembering Lucie's mother and is confused and troubled when he hears Lucie's voice, which sounds like her mother's voice. Lucie embraces her father, comforting him as he begins to weep. Later, Monsieur Defarge helps Mr. Lorry and Lucie to remove Doctor Manette from the city.
Book 1 Chapter 6.
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