A good-looking twenty-five-years old man, one of the main characters of Charles Dicken’s writing. Although Sydney was orphaned, he was one of the smartest children in high school. Being a young adult, the main character he worked for Mr. Stryver that was not the brightest bulb in the chandelier. However, Sydney took a lot of efforts to turn this individual into one of the most successful lawyers in London. In the course of this historical novel, Sydney fell in love with Lucie Manette, a gorgeous and pretty young woman. However, it may seem that the lack of self-confidence experienced by the central character baffled these romantic relationships.
Sydney Carton in the Essays