Jerry Cruncher: Person who runs errands for the bank. His night occupation is digging up graves and selling the bodies to surgeons. He calls himself an honest tradesman. He has spiked hair. He has a very violent temper (to match his last name) and beats his wife with heavy kitchen utensils whenever he wants to. His excuse is that his wife's "flopping" (praying) and meditating is praying against his honest trade of robbing graves. He also beats his son. He accompanies Mr. Lorry to France to help do odd jobs for Tellson, after the Revolution starts. He's also instrumental in getting the Manette entourage out of France at the end of the novel.
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