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A Christmas Carol Hardcover – Bargain Price, September 12, 2006
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In the history of English literature, Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol, which has been continuously in print since it was first published in the winter of 1843, stands out as the quintessential Christmas story. What makes this charming edition of Dickens's immortal tale so special is the collection of 80 vivid illustrations by Everett Shinn (1876-1953). Shinn, a well-known artist in his time, was a popular illustrator of newspapers and magazines whose work displayed a remarkable affinity for the stories of Charles Dickens, evoking the bustling street life of the mid-1800s. Printed on heavy, cream-colored paper stock, the edges of the pages have been left rough, simulating the way in which the story might have appeared in Dickens's own time. Though countless editions of this classic have been published over the years, this one stands out as particularly beautiful, nostalgic, and evocative of the spirit of Christmas. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
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Lisbeth Zwerger's glorious watercolors for Charles Dicken's A Christmas Carol, first published in 1988, once again prove that she is as adept at creating the terrifying image of Christmas Yet to Come as she is showing the miraculous transformation of Scrooge.
Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information, Inc.--This text refers to the Paperback edition.
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out this populace today. The main theme of the Christmas spirits breaking the selfish Scrooge what life had to teach him but closed eyes only to the color of gold. Lost his way and finally found it. The shame is the Scrooge in the 21st century is the large corporate and banking business that ride on the backs of the poor and needy and do not get a
visit form the spirits. But, tiny Tim said it best..."God bless us all, everyone." This is the true meaning of the book, which may one day change this God deprived world to see
a little charity goes a long way and makes the world a better place to live.
A Christmas Carol has been a book I've been trying to read for the past few Christmases. I'd start it, but then never finished it. Third times was a charm. I've finally finished it and am glad I read it. It was a good read and now a favorite.
"For it is good to be children sometimes, and never better than at Christmas, when its mighty Founder was a child Himself."
I really liked Charles Dickens's "Ghost of an Idea." I've watched many different movies that have some form of this story. I liked reading this just as much as watching one of the movie adaptions. This was my first Dickens book that I've read. His writing style in this was poetic I thought. The story is short and broken off in Staves. I think my favorite part was the description of Christmas Day activity during Stave Three: The Second of Three Spirits.
I'll definitely be rereading this in the future and will try to read some of Dickens's other books too. I enjoyed this free kindle illustrated version. It was a nice touch to see the pictures that were made for this original tale.
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this is not the book you'll need for school if you are taking literature... not the unabridged version at all.Read more