“He knew very well that in his horror of the deed, he had acted imperfectly” (Dickens, 58). Darnay immediately knew that his decision to return to France was single-handedly in regard to his family’s actions. That was seen as very corrupt and a lousy action on his end. His dering-do personality was achieved. Dickens challenged readers to truly ask themselves, what does it truly mean to have de facto humaneness.
Sydney Carton is a risible character of interest and considered very dynamic. Charles Dickens leads you to believe that he is nothing more than a lazy drunk. If you dig deeper than that you will find that he is a very unlikeable guy but he is surprisingly intelligent. He is ineffable for leading on readers to believe that he is a bad guy, but he does a lot of things right. He helps Mr.Stryver on the testimony of the witness, who was in the Dover mail, and gets used quiet often. In Chapter 4 titled Congratulatory, he is very rude to Darnay. That makes him look like he is effete and doesn’t have what it take to be a great guy, but if you dig deeper it makes perfect sense. He is rude as a result of his strong love for Lucie. Carton knows that Lucie would rather be with Darnay and he doesn’t like the idea of people getting