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to make radical decisions which bring upon the death and sorrow of many people. Her actions are based on her hate for what happened to her family and her strong opinion for the revolution. Madam Defarge wants to exterminate the whole Evremonde race and anyone who is associated with them. Years ago the Evremonde brothers raped her sister and killed her family, she seeks to avenge their deaths. She says to her fellow revolutionaries, “I care nothing for this Doctor, I. He may wear his head or lose it, for any interest I have in him; it is all one to me. But, the Evrémonde people are to be exterminated, and the wife and child must follow the husband and father”(373). She is so caught up with what happened to her family that she pays no attention to the people who actually committed the crime. She does this to make her feel better but by killing the Manette family she accomplishes nothing. She only makes those who loved them sad and that’s it. Madam Defarge seeks revenge and is willing to do anything to get it. She seems like she can’t get enough of killing people. Madame Defarge runs into Lucie and her daughter and they have a conversation. “The shadow attendant on Madame Defarge and her party seemed to fall so threatening and dark on the child, that her mother instinctively kneeled on the ground beside her, and held her to her breast. The shadow attendant on Madame Defarge and her party then seemed to fall, threatening and dark, on both the mother and the child” (301). Madame Defarge shows a lot of anger and hate towards Lucie and her daughter simply because they are related to Charles Darnay. They have nothing to do with the death of her family but she wants them dead. Dickens describes Madame Defarge as “a strong and fearless character, and shrewd sense and readiness, of seems to impart to its possessor firmness and animosity, but to strike into others an instinctive recognition of those qualities; the troubled time would have heaved her up, under any circumstances.” (375). She is a strong and smart women that is determined to kill whoever is on her “hit list”. She is portrayed as a evil character, her actions based on hate hurt many people both physically and emotionally.