FREE Printable A Tale of Two Cities Copywork



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Charles Dickens is one of the greatest novelists from the Victorian Era. He authored many famous novels such as A Christmas Carol, Great Expectations, and Oliver Twist. If you’re studying the French Revolution, European history, or English literature this year, this free, printable A Tale of Two Cities Copywork would be a perfect compliment to your curriculum!

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Written by Irene Roberson

Irene is a wife and mother, thankful for the privilege to serve the Lord in these roles. It is by the grace of God that she has traveled this homeschool road for ten years. If she can do it, you can, too!

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