Have you ever thrown something away and then wished you hadn't? While I was putting together some of my assignments to post here, I kept seeing this scantron answer key that had a Tale of Two Cities title, but I could not, for the life of me, find the test document. Well, a month after sending the answer key away, I found the test itself. Whereas I could not sell the answer key without a test, I can sell the test without an answer key, just at a lower price.
And maybe it's more of a review and discussion test, anyhow, so you might not mind. The first part gives students 14 characters to match to 32 descriptors/quotes. The second part uses seven themes matched to 18 book events. I remember some of my students arguing for their own interpretations on the themes, so you'll want to go over them as you create an answer key.
The good part is that you'll have a completely original Tale of Two Cities assessment that you can use as a test when you create the key, a class discussion (in order to create the key), or as a study guide. If I do find my key, I'll add it and you'll be notified of the update.
The other part of the assignment is several paper options for character and theme analysis of the novel. This assignment was in the folder, so I figured I'd send it along for the ride since you're getting an keyless quiz in the deal.
You can think of the lack of a key to be similar to the mysteries in the novel.
Even if you have to find the answers, you'll still save a couple of hours creating the quiz, since it uses things like direct quotes from the book.