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9H Research Project on Dickens' "Tale of Two Cities"
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This book helped spark the French revolution - think its time for a dust off and re read! #bbcqt
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Book One: Clockwork Angel | Cassandra Clare

Book One: Clockwork Angel | Cassandra Clare | PSHS Tale of Two Cities | Scoop.it
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This book references "A Tale of Two Cities" many times, as it's the protagonist's favorite novel.

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Dictionary of Victorian London

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Lee Jackson has lots to sell you, but the Dictionary of Victorian London is fun and fascinating.

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Liberty, Equality, Fraternity: Exploring the French Revolution

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Primary documents, translated, about the French Revolution.

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DNA analysis links blood of Louis XVI, beheaded in French ...

DNA analysis links blood of Louis XVI, beheaded in French ... | PSHS Tale of Two Cities | Scoop.it
You Are Here: Home » Home » Family History » DNA analysis links blood of Louis XVI, beheaded in French Revolution, and mummified head of his ancestor Henri IV. DNA analysis links blood of Louis XVI, beheaded in ...

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TALE OF TWO CITIES - LibGuides at Berkeley Carroll School

TALE OF TWO CITIES - LibGuides at Berkeley Carroll School | PSHS Tale of Two Cities | Scoop.it
Researching historical events in the novel.
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The Dickens Page: Charles Dickens (1812-70)

The Dickens Page: Charles Dickens (1812-70) | PSHS Tale of Two Cities | Scoop.it
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A well-designed and up-to-date collection of links to Dickens resources.

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