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Jun 7, 2021

[Answer] 3. "A Tale of Two Cities", published in 1859, tells the story of the plight of the French peasantry under the French aristocracy in the years before the revolution. Which famous English author wrote this story?

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...1. Lewis Carroll 2. Charles Dickens 3. Charlotte Bront� 4. Robert Louis Stevenson "A Tale of Two Cities" holds the record as the most printed English book, with over 200 million copies sold worldwide. The book was also a departure from Dickens' traditional writing, as it is only one of two historical fiction novels that he wrote (the other being "Barnaby Rudge").




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Charles Dickens:


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