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A Tale of Two Cities, by Charles Dickens

Five AM Rush:

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…” It was the season of the bloody French Revolution. Spanning several years and two countries, Charles Dickens’s historical masterpiece details the struggle of one family’s fight to stay together even as the ghosts of the past and the brutality of the present rage to tear them apart. 1,383 more words

Book Review

Books for Francophiles.

I bet you’re wondering how the write-up of My Weekend in Paris is going. Très lentement, I believe, is the phrase. I’m up to 5000 words and I haven’t got through dinner on Friday night. 464 more words


We The People...

Prompted by some dialogue recently, regarding the kneeling during the National Anthem, I took some time out to read the Constitution. I recommend everyone takes some time out to do the same. 838 more words

Thoughts & Opinion

Charles Dickens art print

Art prints of various sizes , T shirts, pillows and mugs with this image can be purchased on johndyessart.com 65 more words


Theater Review: A Tale of Two Cities at A Noise Within

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens has been a staple of western literature since its publication in 1859, and has been adapted many times over—as movies, television mini-series, radio shows, a short-lived Broadway musical, and plays. 1,005 more words

Los Angeles Theater

Echoing footsteps of years

Echoing footsteps of years From A Tale Of Two Cities

I was going to add this to the post Some Phrases I Like. But then decided otherwise. 432 more words

Inside Out

Top Ten Tuesday: Slow Starters

Happy Tuesday!! We’ve all read those books that seem to drag on forever at the beginning before suddenly picking up and becoming an unexpectedly great read. 85 more words