Tale of Two Cities

What does Dickens attitude toward the peasants seem to be?

In the book what is the attitude towards the peasants

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Dickens is completely sympathetic toward the poor in the city, and the rural dwelling peasants as well. He points out in detail the mistreatment they're afforded not only by those in higher society but by the judicial system as well.