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Two novels written by outstanding authors, The Scarlet Pimpernel , written by Baroness Emmuska Orczy, and A Tale of Two Citieswritten by Charles Dickens, are set during the French revolution, and both have something common. The books both contain powerful portrayals of antagonists. Chauvelin is the villain in The Scarlet Pimpernel and Mme Defarge is the villain in A Tale Of Two Cities, and they are both excellent examples of villains. A villain is an evil character, guilty of serious crimes, who acts in opposition to the hero.
Every villain is an evil character, and through their own words, relationships with others, and the general description of their character it becomes more apparent. In A Tale of Two Cities Mme Defarge is constantly found sitting in the back of her their store knitting a register of names that she believes will be the list of people that will be sentenced to the guillotine for the revolutionary cause. This shows that she is a quiet villain and keeps to herself until she attacks. Mme Defarge lashes out when she tries to confront Lucie and arrest her, but finds Miss Pross instead, and Mme Defarge is armed with a gun. She tries to have Lucie and her daughter executed because Lucie and her daughter are connected Darnay who is an Evrémonde, and Mme Defarge is the surviving sibling of the man and woman killed by the Evérmondes. Mme Defarge also turns on Lucie before she tries to have them executed. Lucie was unaware that Mme Defarge was plotting against her and was not expecting her to act that way towards her. In The Scarlet Pimpernel Chauvelin prefers to tell his men and superior, Robespierre, what he plans to do. Chauvelin is one of Robespierre's underling's. After Sir Percival Blakney forms the secret society, The League of the Scarlet Pimpernel in order to save aristocrats from the guillotine, Robespierre orders Chauvelin to apprehend the Pimpernel, Sir Percival Blakney. Chauvelin was…