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Tale Of Two Cities Setting Analysis

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The first setting introduced in the novel is New York City. Given the information that Jeannette is married and lives in her own house, we are able to figure out that this setting is from the future when Jeannette is much older. While Jeannette is in a taxi on her way to a party, she describes how there is a “blustery March wind” (Walls 3). Jeannette lives in an apartment building on Park Avenue. The apartment has polished floors, and around the room there are “framed Georgian maps, the persian rugs, and the overstuffed leather armchair” (4). Given that Park Avenue is known as one of the most expensive streets in New York City and that persian rugs are quite expensive, we are able to conclude that Jeannette is living on the wealthier
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