A Christmas Carol (Whole Story)

A Christmas Carol (Whole Story)

In this Christmas classic, Dickens's most famous character, Ebenezer Scrooge, learns the meaning of friendship after being visited by the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Christmas Present, and Christmas Yet to Come. Many don't realize that this 1843 masterpiece is largely responsible for many of the Christmas customs we know today, including feasts, caroling, and family revelry.

With striking illustrations and extended captions unique to The Whole Story, A Christmas Carol provides background information that modern readers could otherwise access only through a broad range of supplemental research--from depictions of daily home life in Victorian England to its examination of the problems of the urban poor at the height of the Industrial Revolution. This distinctive approach places A Christmas Carol, first published in 1843, within the context of its era, bringing it vividly to life.

Specifications of A Christmas Carol (Whole Story)

AuthorCharles Dickens, William Geldart, J. Davis
PublisherViking Juvenile
Number Of Pages112
Publication Date2000-09-01
Height9.25 inch.
Length7 inch.
Width0.37 inch.
Weight0.68 pounds.

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