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Christmas Carol - Charles Dickens

Published on December 17, 1843, A Christmas Carol has been adapted to film more than 200 times. A Christmas Carol is probably more popular than any other work by Charles Dickens.
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'A Christmas Carol' Quotes
Charles Dickens' novel, A Christmas Carol (1843), is the famous tale of Scrooge, who is visited by spirits from the past, present and future. The novel is a celebration of Christmas, but it is also a story of redemption. Here are a few famous quotations from the novel.

'A Christmas Carol' Preface - Charles Dickens
Charles Dickens created one of the memorable Christmas stories of all time with A Christmas Carol. Here's the Preface.

'A Christmas Carol' Questions for Study and Discussion
A Christmas Carol is always a favorite Christmas story, with Scrooge the famously unrepentant sinner. He is visited by the ghost of past, present and future. Here are a few questions for study and discussion.

'A Christmas Carol' Stave 1, Part 1 - Charles Dickens
Charles Dickens builds the backdrop of Ebenezer Scrooge's world, complete with his portrayal of ultimate greed (and its eventual end). Here's the first part of Stave 1, A Christmas Carol.

'A Christmas Carol' Stave 1, Part 2 - Charles Dickens
Here's the second part of Stave 1, A Christmas Carol.

'A Christmas Carol' Stave 2, Part 1 - Charles Dickens
Charles Dickens introduces the first of three spirits (forewarned by Marley's ghost). Here's Stave 2 of A Christmas Carol.

'A Christmas Carol' Stave 2, Part 2 - Charles Dickens
Here's Stave 2, Part 2, of A Christmas Carol.

'A Christmas Carol' Stave 3, Part 1 - Charles Dickens
Charles Dickens introduces the second of three spirits (forewarned by Marley's ghost). Here's Stave 3, Part 1, of A Christmas Carol.

'A Christmas Carol' Stave 3, Part 2 - Charles Dickens
Charles Dickens introduces the second of three spirits (forewarned by Marley's ghost). Here's Stave 3, Part 1, of A Christmas Carol.

'A Christmas Carol' Stave 3, Part 2 - Charles Dickens
Charles Dickens follows the second of three spirits (forewarned by Marley's ghost). Here's Stave 3, Part 1, of A Christmas Carol.

'A Christmas Carol' Stave 4, Part 1 - Charles Dickens
Here's Stave 4, Part 1, of A Christmas Carol.

'A Christmas Carol' Stave 4, Part 2 - Charles Dickens
Here's the last part of Stave 4, in A Christmas Carol.

'A Christmas Carol' Stave 4, Part 2 - Charles Dickens
Here's the last part of Stave 4, in A Christmas Carol.

'A Christmas Carol' Stave 5, Part 1 - Charles Dickens
In A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens, Ebeneezer Scrooge awakens from his whirlwind adventures with the ghostly visitors: Past, Present and Future. What will his future be? Has he been reformed? Will he celebrate the holiday? Has he changed? Read on...

'A Christmas Carol' Stave 5, Part 2 - Charles Dickens
In A Christmas Carol, Charles Dickens, finishes his tale about Ebeneezer Scrooge and his ghostly visitors. Is he redeemed? Read on...

'A Christmas Carol' Summary / Overview
A Christmas Carol is a haunting tale by the popular Victorian novelist, Charles Dickens.

'What Christmas Is As We Grow Older' Story - Charles Dickens
Here's What Christmas Is As We Grow Older, by Charles Dickens.

'A Christmas Carol' Book Club Discussions
A Christmas Carol is that famous book by Charles Dickens. The work is particularly famous during the holiday season, but it offers universal themes that could last us the whole year through. Here are discussions related to A Christmas Carol.

About A Christmas Carol
Charles Dickens is famous for his book about Old Ebenezer Scrooge and the ghost Marley. Here are the top books about "A Christmas Carol."

A Christmas Carol Vocabulary
Here's a vocabulary list from A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens. Use these terms for reference, study, and discussion.

Christmas Carol - Text
"A Christmas Carol," by Charles Dickens, was published in 1843. The story of old Scrooge, who was changed by three ghostly visitors, is a timeless classic.

Christmas Literature
Christmas doesn't seem quite right without stories and carols around the tree, with remembrances of years past. It's the perfect time for stories, since it's already a time so full of magic, winter snow, and everything that reminds us that belief is still possible.

Family Christmas Sampler
As an audio collection of Christmas stories, "A Family Christmas Sampler" provides the complete readings of "A Christmas Carol," and other works

God Bless Us Every One
In 1843, "A Christmas Carol" appeared. It was the first in a series of successful Christmas books, "a whimsical sort of masque intended to awaken loving and forbearing thoughts" -- by Charles Dickens. He financed the publishing of the book himself, with gilt-edging and hand-colored illustrations.

'A Christmas Carol' Books
Charles Dickens is famous for his book about Old Ebenezer Scrooge and the ghost Marley. Here are the top books about A Christmas Carol. Read on.

What is important about the title of 'A Christmas Carol' by Charles Dickens?
You may have wondered about the meaning behind the title, A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens... LEARN MORE

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