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Justice System in A Tale of Two Cities. Corruption, Bias, and Injustice. England. “Altogether, the Old Bailey... was a choice illustration of whatever is, is right.” Pg. 59. England. “Making his way through the tainted crowd…” - Pg. 59. England.

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justice system in a tale of two cities

Justice System in A Tale of Two Cities

Corruption, Bias, and Injustice

england
England
  • “Altogether, the Old Bailey... was a choice illustration of whatever is, is right.” Pg. 59
england1
England
  • “Making his way through the tainted crowd…” - Pg. 59
england2
England
  • Charles Dickens uses the blue flies as symbolism for the courtroom. Excluding Mr. Darnay, the people of the court were deceitful and untrustworthy. Even the judge in this chapter was accusing the innocent individual, creating an unfair trial. This corruption disgusted Dickens so bad that he would compare the people in the courtroom to an item so revolting that flies would gather around them as they spoke of their evasiveness and favoritism.
france
France
  • “Similarly, though with a subtle difference…” Pg. 274
france1
France
  • “… Fifteen prisoners were put to the bar before Charles Darnay’s name was called, all fifteen were condemned, and the trials of the whole occupied an hour and a half.” – Pg. 274
france2
France
  • “… The usual order of things was reversed, and that the felons were trying the honest men.” Pg. - 274