The Marquis should watch where he is going for he soon may see no more.
We must kill marquis! For the sake of the living revolution we experience and the passionate revolution living in us. Kill marquis, and begin our turn to fight, and to change!! For the sake of my son!!
I see, let me just do some knitting...
Are you implying that the Marquis shall soon become blind? That is a horrible threat to place on a person.
Mr. Defarge, seller of wine, I have become aware of your wife's hobby of knitting to patch up tears that have been made, and would like to know where the thread to fix the cloth of the recently deceased, Mr. Evermonde, as some who were familiar with the man are pleased with it and would like to investigate further into the situation.
Forgive me for my error, sir. I meant to ask 'where you bought the tread to fix...' I hope this will clear up any confusion in my inquiry.
I would like to thank you for caring for my dear friend, Doctor Manette. I hope you understand, that you have my dearest gratitude towards you. #Jarvis Lorry
I would also like to thank you myself. Without you, my mind would still not be straight.
I am also in your debt as well, kind sir, for you sheltered and protected my father when he was at his most vulnerable. If it were not for you, I would have never found my father and most likely never have met my husband. I am truly greatful to you and your wife for all that you have done for my family.
My dearest Earnest, if you would not only recognize the fact that this country is headed towards a revolution, one that is long overdue for this suffering land! Can you not see that hunger and despair glare down from the chimneys and roofs of houses, while our adjacent countries are more prosperous than what we used to be before the Americans' revolts in the colonies! You must understand the facts! #Madame Defarge
Will there be blood? I believe it will come. The wine of your shop is to be replaced with the warm blood of revolution. And the rich will continue to drink, as long as you continue to serve them.
I only serve those who come with pay for me. I will continue to serve blood, if it keeps my shop and my family alive. But if the blood overruns the wine, I will join in the spilling.
I am fine with any blood. I am always up for revenge. Look out, count.
In the meantime, let us resume the selling, and I will resume my knitting...
I see everything. The shrouds i knit do not blind me, they hide me from the wood cutter's axe and the farmer's mercyless scythe. There is a revolution in the making, and the wine will spill again.
Heading over to the Bastille with Jaques. Then to the Chataeu @Marquis heard there will be fireworks #Revolution #EarnestDefarge
VIVA LA FRANCE, VIVA LA FRANCE. Today will be the day of reckoning and all of the rich people will pay for what they did to us. #Earnest Defarge
The Chateau? if this is a reference to the Chateau d'If, please my friend, do not go. It is a terrible place. I was held there for fourteen years and almost went insane. do not go.
Ernest, I have received word from a spy that Marquis Evermonde's nephew, and heir to his estate will be arriving in France soon. We should use this opportunity to wipe that evil family from the face of the Earth.
I agree, my beloved. With the help of all the Jacques' we can truly rid the Oppressed Nation of France from all aristocracy. Let us pray that we emerge as victors in this bloody, yet rewarding battle.
Sic Semper Tyrannis!
Also, Ernest, we must strive to convict Doctor Manette and his daughter Lucie of housing this heir of a terrible family, and the treachery his family brought me will at last be avenged!
Don't harm my daughter, you dirty scoundrel! She has done nothing wrong, and it is unjust to have her punished in any way for something she has not done. You disgust me. I will do all that my influence in France will allow me to do to bring you down. If you resort to these measures, you are no better than those who ruled before you.
Yes my dear I hope we get the chance to do such a thing boy it would be a pleasure wouldn't it darling?
We have finally struck! Like my wife said, the earthquake has begun! I am excited for the decapitation for the others. I am not content with only a few tyrants dead. We need to take over! At least we have control over our town. Jacques, do not give up , for victory is close!
Don't forget abuot the lightning as well my dear. And all those people that I have knitted into my registry, that I am sure you know exists.
With names and symbols I shall see
All those who have done wrong to me
I will be visitng France again because I need to protect the bank.the foolish people have started a revolution. I hope the revolution has not put you in danger. I will visit you once I get there. I hooe your business prospers and please do not join the revolution, for the government will oppress you easily.
Alas, Mr. Lorry, the Jacques and I have taken charge in France. We will bring down the pathetic Nobility and bring justice to those that drink sour wine and eat black bread. Down with the French government!!
@ Ernest Defarge
Mr. Defarge I would like to thank you with all of my heart for keeping my dear father safe in your tower for all those years. I am forever in your debt.
@MonseigneurDefarge I heard you got to good wine. Also, when i was rolling through town in my carriage, running over little kids, you seemed to be comforting that tall man, and acting in a philosophical sort of way. I like that. Keep it up. #Marquis
@Defarge here's a coin by the way. #Marquis
I do see it fit that the wine cracked when it did when I think about it now from my place in the stars. I think it to have begun the cracking of the government. I also think the word blood signaled what was to come in the NEAR future. I believe that the whole day was a time telling us what was to come.
I will register him in a while, when are we taking the road maker to see the nobles? Do you believe we will get any more information from this man?
The placid island in which we live is coming into turmoil as the waves of the Royalty crash down on our way of life. The tides have turned. The time for retribution is now. Let us take seige upon the Bastille and take it by storm!
I am grateful that you have taken care of my father after he was released from the Bastille, and that you continue to seek revenge for him. Thank you.
Ernest, why would you testify against me? If you truly cared for Dr. Manette, then you would consider the welfare of his daughter, Lucie. She has been devastated that I am on trial again, and this is affecting Dr. Manette as well. You are only making this more difficult for everyone, and you have destroyed their progress for the last year. You may be acting out of heroism, but you have simply created more chaos instead of order out of this revolution.
Ernest, you must understand that Darnay did not support the acts of his family. He even warned his uncle to not be so cruel to us, for it would come back to him someday. He is truly a friend of the people, and has caused me no harm. Please spare his life.
I agree with the views of the Revolution, but you must not kill Darnay. By destroying his life, you will also destroy the lives of many others, including myself. I beg of you to talk to your wife so that Darnay is not killed.
Ernest Defarge, while I am aware that my carriage ran over your friend's son, I advise you to not try and take revenge, or else you will face the consequences of the law.
It is truly unjust that the law would allow for such actions.
Ernest, let us be, ah, peaceful in this matter... it is the law, after all...
Insloent law that you aristorcrats do not deserve to have the chance to make in the battles to be your people will have no chance to make more of these laws of yours! You people steal from the poor then use it for your food and costumes then when we point a wrong you have done and that you should pay you theraten us!
I thank you again for your great kindness shown towards my father and I in his time of need, but now I am disappointed that you refuse to help my husband get out of his wrongful imprisonment.
No, Jacques. I have no idea where the Manettes now reside. Nor do I care. If it does not affect our new Republic, I do not worry.
I don't understand, Defarge, why you put my family through so much hurt. Just after my son-in-law was released, you decide to prosecute him again. Why? All you are doing these days is stirring up trouble. Sending people to the guillotine for senseless crime. Now, as Charles is sitting awaiting a verdict, I am confused. Please, everyone, I do not want Charles to be imprisoned. I have already saved him.
Please citizen, Darnay is a different type of man than The Marquis. He feels ashamed enough to be associated with that selfish man, do not make him suffer by putting him back in prison. I know thta he is a good man who will do not harm to France.
Defarge, why have you prosecuted my son Charles again? He was just released and then you punish him again? This is wrong, and it shall not stand. It was already a wrongful imprisonment, and he does not deserve another one.
I have prosecuted him again because I have found new evidence that shows he has been denounced by three different people. Two of them were myself and my wife. The other you will find out in the trial.
This trial consists of nothing but forgery and lies! I value the lives of my daughter and those most dear to her more than my own and I am outraged that anyone should believe I denounced my own son-in-law!
I don't care for these unwanted thieves. Their lives are no more than an animal and their respect is worth only a little money. I would run over all of the poor as I would like.
A revolution has rose from corners of the kingdom, where the poor are told to eat grass and the children have to run around naked. Once respected men such as Foulon, are now being hunted down. They may run, but they cannot hide from the troubles that they have created and need to pay for.
My Dear Ernest, why do you support such bloodshed? Surely there are more humane and peaceful ways to settle differences than with La Guillotine? Please talk some sense into your wife. I do not think she is acting very rationally. Perhaps you can make her see this is inhumane. Killing murderers does not make you less of a murderer than they are; it makes you more of one.
Yes I agree with Mr. Lorry. After all Ernest you knew my father very well but now my husband, his son-in-law is dead. All due to your wife pressing charges against him and his ancestors. I thought that with everything you and my father went through you would be able to help us out with saving a life. I know see though what kind of people you and your wife are.
Let us fight, my husband. Let us get vengeance. Let there be death upon those who have sinned against us. I will be right there by your side. #MadameDefarge
You are a fool. Your kindness towards Manette is a weakness. Realize this or your name will be the next I knit. #Madame Defarge
How could you? How could you put charges on my son-in-law? You saw with your own eyes how hard it was for me to get him out of France safely, and right when we return home Darnay is arrested on charges made by you and your wife. To make it worse you brought up an old letter of mine where I spoke negatively of Darnay's family and made me the third accuser. Do you not have sympathy for Lucie? Now she only worries for her husband. Now we all must suffer because of these charges brought against him.
So Monsieur Defarge, I cannot believe that not only you and your wife were named as the accusers of Darnay but I, Dr. Manette, as well! I am astounded that even people like you would go so low to dig deep down and present me as one of those who are against Charles, my son-in-law! Your kindness towards me is not enough, please don't end it this way.
You accused my husband and have had him sent back to jail?! He has been there for so much of his life already, and he should not be in there. You even made my own father and accuser of his! How despicable...
It seems as though the Defarges and all that stand with them will not relent. They may continue until all that they oppose fall.
My son-in-law has done no wrong! He was just acquitted of his charges and you decided to try him again and get him sent back to jail. Where my blood, sweat, and tears not enough? I put so much effort into getting him released the first time and you sent me back to square one.
No. As he is an Evremonde, his fate is the same as Marquis Evremonde. The Evremondes must die for the pain and suffering they have caused us all.
I forgot to add @Dr. Manette
Can't you see that Charles is different than all of them? He has changed his name so he would not be associated with those kind of people! He is a good man and I beg you to give him a chance.
Is this really what you give the name of our nation? Cold-hearted killers? Good heavens! You would regret this if you were sentenced to the guillotine as well!
Do you think this will work? What if Lucie gets mad at me for this wrong doing? I wish there was an easier way of going about this!
My wife may be a little extreme at times with her determination to kill everyone! I certainly believe that there should be a revolution and that the aristocrats are horrible, but I am more compassionate. I see no need to kill the entire Marquis family. The Manettes are very nice. However, I am not ineffective like my wife so claims. #ernestdefarge
My dear husband, right now we need to look out for each other. I know you care very much about me. I also feel the same way. I promise to keep faithful to you.
You are clearly unaware of how many lives your "wife" has taken. Well you may know, however, because you assist her in doing so. What drives your motivation for taking lives that were not yours to take to begin with? Haven't you the slightest idea that maybe those people could have furthered your progressive endeavors? Now you will never know. It would warm my heart to know that a positive change has been made in the lives of the French people, but going about it in this way is grounds for outrage. If your wife finds you dubious of her success, your heart mustn't stop at the sight of your name woven in her quilt designated to La guillotine. You may very well be the next man deceased with no head. No one will have a face to cry over at your funeral. The undertaker may not have to worry so much about your head.
Dr. Manette still sits in that old prison, because some noble put him in there for a redundent reason. He lost his family, honor, and position in life. We must destroy such an unfair government and throw it in the fire. Our people will suffer if we don't stop unfair actions from going on. Listen all you people we must end all of this once and forever!
I sometimes wonder about my dear wife and all this 'knitting' she has been doing. I suppose I should not worry. I wouldn't want to seem unfaithful to my love.
Please, Mr. Defarge, I know not of what crime I have committed, but I only know that I must return to my loving Lucie and my child. This message, "In Secret" is strange to me, but I hope that you will take pity on me not to make it a bad occurance.
I will not for my duty is to my country and the people and I am the sworn servant of both who are the sworn enemies of you. I will do nothing for you. #ErnestDefarge
Were you also a part of the plan to convict Lucie? How dare you sir! She is but an innocent girl in the terrible world, and her daughter is even much less so. I do believe that your wife should not take her rage out on Lucie for loving Darnay. Do not even be mad at Darnay! He cannot control what has happened in the past, and he could not control his father. If anything,rejoice that the Marquis has passed. Their generation will do no harm to you or your family any longer. Please just do not try to harm my baby girl!
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