A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens

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An unjust imprisonment amidst the French Revolution prompts Alexandre Manette to search for a more tranquil life in London. But an uncanny resemblance to a suspected traitor to the Crown sets in motion an adventure steeped in drama, heroism, and romance.

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AW
06/14/2021
Anthony W.
United States
great book

terrific read, really enjoyed the language learning

SP
05/11/2021
Sarah P.
United States United States
Excellent

I really feel like this helped put words into context, this is an excellent way to help become accustomed to learning a new language!

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12/29/2020
Dan B.
United States United States
Tale of Two Cities by Dickens

The Spanish words in this classis text are eased rather seamlessly after a few pages. The story is still a great one, especially appropriate for today's chaotic times, and the Spanish insertions are well done, increasing in difficulty as the context of the narrative is developed. Very well done.