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Introduction

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness…” One of the most significant opening lines in literature comes from the famous novel by Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities. The story set in Paris and London tells the tale of Doctor Manette, his daughter Lucie, her marriage, and the events leading to the French Revolution in 1789. The novel explores the dichotomy of light and darkness, it tackles social justice and poverty, and is considered to be one of the most important literary works in the world!

A Tale of Two Cities Dog Names In Pop Culture

A Tale of Two Cities Dog Name Considerations

If you were inspired by the story of Nigel the Golden Retriever TV personality, you might consider that to be the new name for your new doggo. And if you do end up choosing that name, you will not make a mistake, as you can always say that you were inspired by Sir Nigel Hawthorne. However, if you are looking for a stronger connection to the novel by Charles Dickens, you can opt to honor the author himself by naming your cute doggo simply – Dickens. It is a strong name that will undoubtedly start up a conversation in your local dog park, and lead to a discussion about Dickens and his literary works. Another solid choice is the name of the main female character of the book, Lucie. Lucie is a sweet name for a cute girl, perhaps a Bichon Frise, or a Maltese? It sounds gentle and elegant, perfect for a doggo who will not settle for less than the best! Additionally, the name Darnay, after Charles Darnay, one of the main characters and a French nobleman is also an excellent moniker for a royal doggo who can reign over his subordinates with a firm but gentle hand, or, well, paw.

Male A Tale of Two Cities Dog Names

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Charles
After Charles Darnay, a French aristocrat
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Darnay
Charles Darnay, the French aristocrat
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Sydney
After Sydney Carton, a lawyer
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Carton
Sydney Carton, a lawyer, in love with Lucie Manette
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Manette
After Dr. Manette, Lucie's father
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Defarge
Monsieur Defarge, a wine-shop owner in Paris
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Jarvis
After Mr. Jarvis Lorry, an English banker
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Lorry
Mr. Jarvis Lorry was an English banker
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Jerry
After Jerry Cruncher, a Tellson's Bank messenger
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Cruncher
Jerry Cruncher, a Tellson's Bank messenger
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Marquis
After Marquis St. Evrémonde, the arrogant aristocrat
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Stryver
After C. J. Stryver, Darnay's defense attorney
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John
After John Barsad, an informer and a spy
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Barsad
John Barsad was both an informer and a spy
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Roger
After Roger Cly, Barsard's collaborator
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Cly
Barsard's collaborator was named Cly
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Gabelle
After Théophile Gabelle, a Postmaster
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Chris
After Chris Sarandon who played Sydney Carton and Charles Darnay in the 1980 movie
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Peter
After Peter Cushing who played Dr. Alexander Manette
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Kenneth
After Kenneth Moore who played the role of Dr. Jarvis Lorry
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Barry
After Barry Morse, an actor who played St. Evremonde
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Norman
After Norman Jones who played Monsieur Ernest Defarge
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George
After George Innes who played Jeremiah 'Jerry' Cruncher
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Nigel
After Nigel Hawthorne who played Mr. CJ Stryver
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David
After David Suchet who played John Barsad
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Herschel
After Herschel Mayall who played Jacques Defarge in the 1917 film adaptation
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Willard
After Willard Louis who played Mr. CJ Stryver in the 1917 film adaptation
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Harry
After Harry De Vere who played Gaspard in 1917
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Ralph
After Ralph Lewis who played Roger Cly in 1917
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Josef
After Josef Swickard who played Dr. Alexandre Manette in 1917

Female A Tale of Two Cities Dog Names

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Lucie
After Lucie Manette, a perfect pre-Victorian lady, and Dr. Manette's daughter
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Therese
After Madame Defarge, the novel's antagonist
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Pross
After Miss Pross, Lucie Manette's governess
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Alice
After Alice Krige who played Lucie Manette in the 1980 film adaptation
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Flora
Flora Robson played Miss Pross in the 1980 movie
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Billie
Billie Whitelaw played Madame Therese Defarge in the 1980. movie
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Valérie
After Valérie de Tilboug who played the Seamstress in a TV movie version
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Anna
After Anna Manahan who played The Vengeance in the 1980 movie
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Jewel
After Jewel Carmen who played Lucie Manette in 1917
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Carmen
Jewel Carmen played Lucie Manette in the 1917 adaptation
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Rosita
After Rosita Marstini who played Madame Therese Defarge in 1917
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Olive
After Olive White who played Miss Pross in 1917
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Florence
After Florence Vidor who played Mimi in 1917
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Dorothy
Dorothy Tutin played Lucie Manette in 1958
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Marie
After Marie Versini who played Marie Gabelle in 1958
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Athene
After Athene Seyler who played Miss Emily Pross in 1958
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Rosalie
Rosalie Crutchley played Madame Defarge in 1958
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Freda
After Freda Maud Jackson who played The Vengeance
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Maud
Referring to Freda Maud Jackson who played The Vengeance
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Norma
After Norma Talmadge who played the Seamstress in 1911
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Julia
After Julia Swayne Gordon who played Miss Pross in 1911
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Edith
Edith Storey played a role in the 1911 short movie adaptation
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Helen
After Helen Gardner who played a role in the 1911 short movie adaptation
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Eleanor
After Eleanor Radinoff who played a role in the 1911 short movie adaptation
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Anita
Anita Stewart played a role in the 1911 short movie adaptation
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Lydia
After Lydia Yeamans Titus who played a role in the 1911 short movie adaptation
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Mabel
Mabel Ethelreid Normand who played a role in the 1911 short movie adaptation
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Ethelreid
After Mabel Ethelreid Normand, silent film actress
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Lillian
After Lillian Walker who played Peasant Sister in 1911
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Edna
After Edna May Oliver who played Miss Pross in 1935

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