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What is Miss Pross Brothers name?
John Barsad, or Solomon Pross A police spy in England who becomes a spy in revolutionary France. Recognized as Miss Pross’ brother, he is forced to help Carton save Darnay.
What was Miss Pross brother done to her?
Lorry’s inquiries into Miss Pross’s personal history had established the fact that her brother Solomon was a heartless scoundrel who had stripped her of everything she possessed, as a stake to speculate with, and had abandoned her in her poverty for evermore, with no touch of compunction.
Who is Monsieur Gabelle?
Monsieur Gabelle: Tax collector who is persecuted by the revolutionaries in France; makes an appeal to Darnay to help free him from prison. His letter brings Charles to France, where his life is immediately threatened.
Who killed the Marquis de Evremonde?
In A Tale of Two Cities, the Marquis St. Evremonde was killed by Gaspard. Gaspard, a peasant, killed the Marquis in retaliation.
What is Miss Pross job?
Miss Pross A forceful Englishwoman who was Lucie Manette’s nursemaid. She remains Lucie’s devoted servant and protector. Jerry Cruncher A messenger for Tellson’s Bank and Jarvis Lorry’s bodyguard. He is also secretly a graverobber.
Who was Gaspard?
In Charles Dickens’s A Tale of Two Cities, Gaspard is a French peasant whose son is killed by the wicked Marquis St. Evremonde. He takes revenge by killing the Marquis and, after hiding for a year, is arrested and executed, much to the dismay of many of the townspeople.
Who is the mender of roads in tale of two cities?
The mender of roads, who first appears in book 2, chapter 8, is called Jacques by Defarge. He’s from the peasant class and witnessed a hanging. He goes with the Defarge family to see the King and Queen of France.
What Gaspard means?
The boy’s father, Gaspard, represents the powerlessness of French peasants in the time before the revolution.
What does the Roadmender tell Monsieur Defarge?
What does the road mender tell Monsieur Defarge? He tells Defarge about the man who killed Marquis St. positive effect on Defarge and the others. They react with enthusiasm and commend the road mender for his zeal and remind him that it will be useful when the time comes to destroy the aristocracy.