A Tale of Two Cities

what is it that ''almost '' come ? In what manner does dickens buld up this arrival ?

In book 2 chapter twenty-two and twenty-three

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The revolution had begun, the Bastille had been stormed, and blood had been spilled. Defarge said, “"At last it is come, my dear!" Madame Defarge ”replied, "Almost." The almost is her "vengeance."” This scene is prefaced by the return of the starving mob.


A Tale of Two Cities