A Story Of Two Cities overview: Charles Dickens delivered in a slipshod and amateurish method


WHAT on earth have been they considering? It’s one factor to take Charles Dickens’ celebrated novel about The French Revolution and switch it right into a sanctimonious diatribe about 21st-century immigration by substituting French aristocrats fleeing the Terror with refugees escaping Libya, Syria and – judging by the “gor blimey, guv’nor” accents – EastEnders.