A Tale of Two Cities

whom do the four fierce figures come to represent in the capter 23

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The house is lit afire in the night, and it serves as a symbol of deliverance for the French people. The fire also suggests the end of times, the destruction of the world in the book of Revelations. I think the "four fierce figures" represent the "Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse" from Revelations.