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JARVIS LORRY: a man who works and lives for Tellson’s Bank
JERRY CRUNCHER, SR.: messenger/porter for Tellson’s Bank who is also a Resurrection Man.
MISS LUCIE MANETTE: 17 year old girl who gets information about her father, whom she believed to be dead
MISS PROSS: a wild, red-headed servant who is devoted to Miss Manette
ERNEST (JACQUES) DEFARGE (ALSO JACQUES #4): a wine shopkeeper who is a former servant of Dr. Manette
MADAME THERESE DEFARGE: the pitiless wife of Ernest Defarge
DR. ALEXANDRE MANETTE: a man believed dead for a long time, recently released from the Bastille
CHARLES (D’AULNAIS) DARNAY: also known as the Marquis St. Evrémonde, a twenty-five year old man on trial for treason in England
MR. SYDNEY CARTON: an ally of Mr. Stryver’s that helps with his cases and is secretly in love with Lucie Manette, who also strongly resembles Charles Darnay
JOHN SOLOMON BARSAD: brother of Miss Pross and a spy
ROGER CLY: another spy who fakes his death
MR. STRYVER: defense council for Charles Darnay
MONSEIGNEUR: one of the great lords in power at the French Court
FARMER GENERAL: brother-in-law of Monseigneur who saved the family from
poverty in exchange for their good name
MONSIEUR THE MARQUIS: the uncle of Charles Darnay
GASPARD: the father of the child that was killed by the Marquis
MONSIEUR THEOPHILE GABELLE: postmaster
JACQUESES #1 – 3: Three men who are friends of Monsieur Defarge, all named Jacques. Jacques #3 is bloodthirsty and eventually serves on the jury for the Tribunal.
JACQUES #5: a mender of roads who tells Jacqueses #1-4 about the capture and execution of Gaspard
JACQUES OF THE POLICE: policeman that warns the Defarges of spies and passes on other information
LITTLE LUCIE: the daughter of Lucie and Charles Darnay
THE VENGEANCE: nickname of a plump grocer’s wife who is Madame Defarge’s lieutenant in the Women's Army
FOULON: a man who told the starving people they could eat grass
WOODSAWYER: a man who notices Lucie’s habit of waiting in his street, which is outside of the prison
JERRY CRUNCHER, JR.: the twelve year old son of the elder Jerry who is following in his father’s footsteps
MRS. CRUNCHER: Jerry Sr. religious wife
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