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A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens

A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens

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Dive into the mesmerizing world of Dickens's classic, A Tale of Two Cities. Set against the tumultuous backdrop of the French Revolution, this novel intricately weaves the lives of its central characters through a tapestry of love, sacrifice, and rebirth. Charles Darnay, a French aristocrat, and Sydney Carton, a dissolute English lawyer, become intertwined in a tale of identity and redemption that spans from the bustling streets of London to the blood-soaked cobblestones of Paris.

While many associate Dickens with A Christmas Carol and its iconic character, Christmas Scrooge, A Tale of Two Cities stands as a testament to Dickens's unparalleled ability to capture the complexities of human nature and society during times of upheaval.

Kadri Books is proud to present this leather-bound edition, which promises to be a cherished addition to any Dickens enthusiast's collection. From the heart-wrenching trials of Lucie Manette to the formidable Madame Defarge, Dickens's richly developed characters will transport you to a world where love triumphs over adversity, and hope can emerge from the depths of despair.

At Kadri Books, we celebrate Charles Dickens as a novelist of unparalleled vision and craft. So, whether you're revisiting the Dickensian world or discovering it for the first time, let this edition of A Tale of Two Cities be your guide.


Our leatherbound and vintage books are not only captivating reads but also crafted treasures that are a testament to superior craftsmanship and commitment to quality. Each book you receive has been through a rigorous inspection process at every stage to meet our exacting standards. Here are some features that set our books apart:

  • Genuine Leather Binding: Each book is fully bound in genuine leather, providing a rich, luxurious feel and durability.
  • 22kt Gold Inlay: A deep inlay of 22kt gold adorns the hubbed spine of each book, adding to its elegance and charm.
  • Acid-Neutral Paper: We print our books on acid-neutral paper that withstands the test of time, allowing them to be passed down for generations.
  • Sewn Pages: Unlike ordinary books which are merely glued, our pages are sewn for longevity and ease of reading.
  • Moiré Endpages and Satin-Ribbon Page Marker: Each book includes handsome moiré endpages and is fitted with a satin-ribbon page marker for easy reference.
  • Gilded Page Ends: To enhance the beauty and luxury of our books, the ends of the pages are gilded.
  • Printed and Bound in the USA: We take pride in the fact that our books are printed and bound in the USA, using imported materials of the highest quality.

Our passion for superb craftsmanship is apparent in every book we offer, ensuring a quality reading experience beyond compare.

Book Care

Taking proper care of your leatherbound and vintage books can significantly extend their lifespan and preserve the beauty of their binding. Here are some general guidelines to ensure your precious books last for generations:

  • Avoid Direct Sunlight: Over time, direct sunlight can cause the leather to fade and degrade. Always store your books away from direct sunlight.
  • Keep Books Dry: Leather and humidity don't mix well. Keep your books in a dry, well-ventilated environment to prevent mold growth.
  • Avoid High Temperatures: High heat can dry out the leather, leading to cracks. Room temperature is ideal for your books.
  • Clean Regularly: Dust your books with a soft cloth. For deeper cleaning, consider a gentle leather cleaner, but always spot-test first.
  • Handle with Clean Hands: Oils and dirt from your hands can damage the pages and leather over time. Ensure your hands are clean and dry before handling.

Remember, these are books to be loved, respected, and passed down - your care ensures their stories continue to be told.


  • Publisher: Easton Press
  • Publication Year: 1981
  • Location: Norwalk, Connecticut
  • Condition: Fine in leather
  • Accents: 22kt gold
  • Paper: Printed on archival paper with gilded edges
  • Binding: Smyth sewing & concealed muslin joints
  • Material: Bound In full leather
  • Spine: Hubbed spines
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