Table of contents for Charles Dickens's A tale of two cities / Harold Bloom, [editor].

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Table of Contents
Introduction
Biographical Sketch		
The Story Behind the Story		 
List of Characters	 
Summary and Analysis	 
Critical Views	
1. Cates Baldridge on Individualism in the Novel
2. Sir James Fitzjames Stephen on Dickens and Exaggeration
3. Edwin M. Eigner on the Character of Darnay
4. John Gross on Carton and Darnay
5. John B. Lamb on the Novel as Asylum
6. Carol Hanbery MacKay on Dickens, Carlyle, and Rhetoric
7. Leonard Manheim on the Character of Dr. Manette
8. David Rosen on the Roots of Revolution
9. G. K. Chesterton on Dickens's European Experience
10. Sylvere Monod on Types of Narrators
11. John Kucich on Forms of Violence in the Novel
12. John Forster on Dickens and Storytelling
13. Andrew Saunders on Dickens and Paris
Works by Charles Dickens
Annotated Bibliography
Contributors
Acknowledgments
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. Tale of two cities.
France -- History -- Revolution, 1789-1799 -- Literature and the revolution.