Essay on The Tales Of Two Cities

1314 Words Sep 4th, 2016 6 Pages
Every bubble size is different, just as every human is different, and the bubbles reflects the wall everyone builds around them. A lot of the time these unique bubbles are used to protect the secrets everyone wishes to hide from others. Throughout Dickens novel, The Tales of Two Cities, we are introduced to the concept of individual secrets many times, by almost all the characters within the book. Every day you learn something new about somebody, whether it be something big or something small. This also goes with the idea that what you may learn may not necessary be a secret, but it was closed off from your knowledge. Secrecy between man has been around since the time of the cavemen. However, the depth of their secrets were probably nowhere near the ones many people in our society keep today. In Dickens 's time, many people would have problems that dealt with the concept of money or their class within society. The Tale of Two Cities showed the result of secrecy when the topics were more pressing matters. One major themes we saw in The Tale of Two Cities was the idea of secrecy and the result given by the secrets we keep. Dickens introduced the idea of humans being secrets themselves when he stated, "A Wonderful fact to reflect upon, that every human creature is constituted to be that profound secret and mystery to every other. A solemn consideration, when I enter a great city by night, that every one of those darkly clustered houses encloses its own secret; that every…

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