Human suffering is the feeling of continuous emotional and physical pain and distress. Suffering arises from desire and hate. All humans experience suffering in their life multiple times, whether it is from not getting what they desire or possibly losing someone special. Unfortunately, in Charles Dickens’ A Tale of Two Cities, Sydney Carton is plagued by the human condition of suffering. Carton is plagued by the human condition of suffering because he believes that no man cares about him, he sees no value in his life and he is constantly putting himself down.
I know A Tale of Two Cities should be italicized but it won't italicize on here.
Watch the first sentence for too many "and"s, watch the second sentence for being too short, avoid using "man" if you mean humanity (even though I know you are redeeming to what he says), and finally add a comma when listing three or more items before the last and in the POD.
Professionalism is a trait that many people possess but others are not so lucky. It is a much desired strength in the work world. Professionalism gives the needed characteristic for the ideal employee. Unfortunately, in Charles Dickens novel "A Tail of Two Cities" this is a lacking area for Sydney Carton. Sydney Carton uses Mr. Stryver. Sydney is very unprofessional, he procrastinantes as well as drinks a large amount.
Avoid wording like "lucky," Dickens' has an apostrophe at the end, underline book titles, the link and thesis should be one sentence. Repeat thesis in POD
A low self esteem can result from genetic factors, physical appearance, mental health, and a list of other issues. How people cope with their self esteem can be done in a variety of ways. Unfortunately, in Charles Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities, the desire for power always stems from a low self esteem. Mr. Lorry, Mr. Stryver and Mr. Cruncher all aim for power to hide their low levels of self esteem.
Avoid wording such as a "list of other issues," lead should be three sentences ideally, use a comma before "and" when listing three or more items
Karl Marx's theory describes that historical change must have a series of class struggles in order for change to occur. Oppression, and segregation are examples of why a social class would clash out for change. Unfortunately, in Charles Dickens "Tale of Two Cities", the Third Estate struggles with oppression from the First and Second Estates. The Third Estate struggles with oppression because they are given no structure as a society, they are conditioned to being submissive to the other Estates, and are being stigmatized as animals.
Sorry for the late reply, I hope you get to it in time.
No comma needed when listing only two items, Dickens' has an apostrophe, the thesis is not arguable
Resurrection is often defined as the biologically dead being brought back to life. This concept is often seen in religious stories when a powerful being brings themself back to the human world through their own power. However, in Charles Dickens’, A Tale of Two Cities, the characters demonstrate that spiritual resurrection can only be achieved with the help of others. The idea that spiritual resurrection can only be achieved with the help of others is demonstrated through the characters Jarvis Lorry, Dr. Manette, and Charles Darnay.
Love it! Make the lead three sentences.
Whoa, that is sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo good!
Success requires hard work, perseverance and often some luck. Achieving success in life is a common desire for countless people. To be successful often results in happiness and satisfaction in life. Unfortunately, in Charles Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities, Stryver's presence leads to Sydney Carton's lack of success. It is evident that Stryver causes Carton's failure when Stryver forces him to do another person's work, encourages his drinking habits and takes credit for his accomplishments.
Use a comma before the "and" when listing three or more items in the POD
Jealousy is the route to numerous evils and can affect anyone at any time. It leads many to feel worthless,depressed and self-hatred. It is the sole emotion that can lead one to the darkest of places. Unfortunately, in Charles Dickens’ novel A Tale of Two Cities, Jealousy leads to self-destruction. Charles Darnay, Miss. Pross and, Mme. Defarge demonstrate that all jealousy leads to self-destruction.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.