The quoted sentence has been spoken by Monsieur the Marquis (Charles Darnay’s uncle).
The situation is that the horse carriage of Monsieur the Marquis was running down a road when the horses ran over a small, poor and weak child eventually killing it. The carriage is stopped as its driver is humble and scared. A man lifts up the dead child and puts it down by a fountain. Few people get hold of the horses’ reins so that it doesn’t run away. When the man accompanying the child remarks that the child is dead the Monsieur look out of his carriage and says the sentences that have been quoted in the given question.
2.What does he do when he says "Give him that"?
As the man said “Give him that” the man threw a gold coin out towards the carriage driver from inside the carriage. This coin was supposedly thrown out as a compensation for the death of the child.
3. What does this show us about the speaker?
This shows about the speaker that he is a very stubborn and stern man. The pride that he has within him deprives him of assessing the worth of human life as he tries to sell it for only a single gold coin. 4.What happens as a result of this incident? ANSWER 4. As a result of this incident the poor child dies. The public gets to know clearly that the Monsieur is a cold-hearted man and cares about his horses more than he does about human life. Moreover, the wine seller gets to meet the Monsieur for the very first time. 5. What
He was second among eight of his siblings and spent most part of his childhood in the Kingdom of Kent. His literary instincts were nurtured by his mother who bought him story books and very often read to him. From a very young age Charles was looked upon as being a child prodigy by his father.
“A Tale of Two Cities” is one of those literary works which grabbed the attention of readers immediately. This novel is based on the instances, events and portrayals surrounding the French Revolution. It is often criticized that Dickens’s depiction of those events and discussions provided an irrational, biased and one-sided view.
It depicts Nell’s vigil at the window, her conversation with her grandfather and Quilp’s dialogue with the old man. The passage illustrates Dickens’ mastery over the use of setting as a means of communication, illuminates different facets of Nell’s character and shows Dickens’ complex characterization of Quilp.
Between Arthur Conan Doyle's stories of Sherlock Holmes pursing criminals through the back alleys of London and Dickens' stories of poor orphans struggling to survive, the image of Victorian England that is perhaps forever burned into the public consciousness is one of filth and unfairness.
The conclusion from this study states that “A Tale of Two Cities” becomes a novel not about the French Revolution, but about the reaffirmation of England as a safe haven and English citizenship as something to be proud of. Miss Pross even said, "the short and the long of it is, that I am a subject of His Most Gracious Majesty King George the Third...God save the King!"
She is a perfect girl and she is the one who can help her father in the process of recovery (Dickens, 34). The book encompasses the description of differences which are present in the conditions of Paris and London.
This is so because the wireless network has helped the company to reduce the number of workers needed to serve customers. Were it not for the wireless network, the company would be having several workers to rent out bicycles, fill in hiring forms with
The author describes how the French revolution took place between 1789 and 1793 and affected the lives of individuals in Paris and London, in England. The story begins in Paris where Dr. Manette was released from the Bastille prison. He had been imprisoned by the French aristocratic government for eighteen years for dishonoring the English Crown.
The author states that there was a growing discomfort with the regime and the conspiracy by the parties involved. At a metaphoric level, it is an accurate description of the cold-blooded vengeful and stealthiest of the revolutionaries. The passage is a close association between fate and vengefulness, which is linked to weaving in Greek mythology.
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is significant about this event in relation to the rest of the story? ANSWER 5. The significance of this event with the rest of the story is that the Monsieur who selflessly neglected the killing of a poor child by his horse carriage is eventually killed by the peasant who was the father of the killed child. The poor man had followed the carriage back to the Monsieur’s residence. B. "Eighteen years!" said the passenger, looking at the sun. "Gracious Creator of day! To be buried alive for eighteen years!" 6. Who is the passenger?
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