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Review A Christmas Carol A Christmas Carol Free download × 2 Review Ö PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ò Charles Dickens Edition offered out through Christmas Eve; by means of the stop of 1844 thirteen variations were released Most critics reviewed the novella favourably The story become illicitly copied in January 1844; Dickens took prison action against the publishers who went bankrupt further reducing Dickens's small earnings from the booklet He went on to jot down four different Christmas testimonies in next years In 1849 he started public readings of the tale which proved so a hit he undertook 127 in addition performances until 1870 the year of his loss of life A Christmas Carol has never been out of print and has been translated into several languages; the story has been adapted oftentimes for film stage opera and other media. This was a reread for me and it needs no introduction The perfect read at Christmas time and I love it Historia verdadera de la conuista de la Nueva España earnings from the booklet He went on to jot down four different Christmas testimonies in next years In 1849 he started public readings of the tale which proved so a hit he undertook 127 in addition performances until 1870 the year of his loss of life A Christmas Carol has never been out of print and has been translated into several languages; the story has been adapted oftentimes for film stage opera and other media. This was a reread for me and it needs no introduction The perfect read at Christmas time and I love it

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A Christmas Carol

Review A Christmas Carol A Christmas Carol Free download × 2 Review Ö PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ò Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol In Prose Being a Ghost Story of Christmas commonly called A Christmas Carol is a novella via Charles Dickens first posted in London by means of Chapman Hall in 1843 and illustrated with the aid of John Leech A Christmas Carol recounts the story of Ebenezer Scrooge an aged miser who is visited with the aid of the ghost of his former enterprise companion Jacob Marley and the spirits of Christmas Past Present and Yet to Come After their visits Scrooge is transformed right into a kinder gentler guy Dickens wrote A Christmas Carol for the duration of a period whilst the British have been exploring and re evaluating beyond Christmas traditions together with carols and recent customs including Christmas. It has been a decade since I last read this classic so I decided to look at it again taking note of what I have forgotten or imperfectly remembered and also garnering any new insights my older and I hope wiser self could now find within itBut first I decided to do a little research and discovered the great irony underlying the book s creation how this tale that warns against miserliness was born because of Dickens acute need for money and how its publication resulted in a dispute about the distribution of profits Dickens was already famous in 1843 but the sales of the recent installments of Martin Chuzzlewit were less than half of what he had received for the individual numbers of his previous novels His publishers Chapman and Hall were so alarmed that they invoked a clause in Dickens contract which demanded that they be reimbursed for the printing cost of the Chuzzlewit installments Dickens was alarmed too but also hurt offendedand worried A large mortgage payment would soon be due and his wife had just given birth to their fifth child Still he was convinced that his idea for a yuletide novella would yield an ample return and make up for the Chuzzlewit deficit He financed the sumptuous edition of A Christmas Carol himself colored plates colored title page gilt embossed front cover gilt edged pages etc and insisted that the price not exceed the sum of 5 shillings still expensive one third of Cratchit s weekly salary Dickens waited eagerly for the money to roll in but although the sales were indeed phenomenal Dickens gained little money from them Although the cost of producing the elegant volume must have cut deeply into the profits Dickens was convinced Chapman and Hall were cheating him and he refused to do business with them for the next fifteen years But enough of money matters for now What follows are a few random observations on this the latest of my many readings1 How thoroughly Marley s Ghost is surrounded by iron objects doorknocker large Victorian doorknockers were typically iron iron door nails iron coffin nails iron chain and iron metal strong box Helps us see what hard unrelenting old sinners Marley and his partner really are2 In addition to being hard of heart Scrooge is a man with a deliberate philosophy of self exoneration It consists of two principles 1 taxpayers fund the poor houses and prisons thereby discharging in full their obligation to all of their fellow human beings and 2 death by starvation although it may seem regrettable is actually a positive good as proven by science because Malthus and relieves the rest of us of the burden of a surplus population This philosophy is the shield that protects Scrooge from feeling the pains of sympathy and compassion3 The first emotion produced in Scrooge by the Ghost of Christmas Past is sadness at this own boyhood loneliness but the second emotion is his joy in the books that consoled him and helped him empathize with others The Arabian Nights the old romances Valentine and Orson and realistic fiction Robinson Crusoe In Ebenezer s coming transformation the sadness and its memory are of course necessary but no necessary than this joy4 At Fezziwig s Christmas party the guest list is inclusive the family and the clerks of course but also the housemaid the baker the cook the milkman and a boy and a girl from down the street whom the Fezziwigs fear are mistreated by their masters and mistresses Scrooge s defense of his employer Fezziwig s little party which may only have cost a few pounds is even elouent than I remembered He has the power to render us happy or unhappy to make our service light or burdensome a pleasure or a toil Say that his power lies in words and looks in things so slight and insignificant that it is impossible to add and count them up what then The happiness he gives is uite as great as if it cost a fortune If I were dictator I would compel our 21st century employers to listen to the above words at least four times a year Exception employers who in order to increase the volume of key strokes forbid all family photographs and personal items in their data entry cubicles No those guys should have to listen to the above passage on a loop eight hours a day for the rest of their lives5 In my favorite movie version the Alastair Sim Scrooge 1951 Ebenezer sees his former fiance as an old woman still beautiful of course nursing the sick and dying in the shadowy corners of the poorhouse It is moving certainly but how much effective and crueler is the Dicken s original There Scrooge sees his former love happy in the recent past a contented wife and mother surrounded by a whirlwind of children 6 In the past I have viewed the temporal structure of the tale ghost past ghost present ghost future as an effective but obvious device But the I think about it the profound it seems psychologically and spiritually This after all is the pattern of every true conversion the manner in which we grow in sympathy toward our fellow human beings we reflect upon the emotionally charged sense impressions of the past observe their conseuences for good or ill manifested in the present and then on the basis of these observations we make a decision to act in a new way a way which draws us grow closer to love Certainly St Augustine would have understood for it was how he envisioned the Trinity as a model of love in action memory understanding and willOh speaking of how painful memories can inspire a person to action I forgot to tell you the rest of the story about A Christmas Carol and money Another factor that reduced Dickens yuletide revenue stream was a cut rate bit of plagiarism issued two weeks after Carol by Parley s Illustrated Library called A Christmas Ghost Story Parley s claimed they owed Dickens nothing because what they had published was not a piracy but an analytical condensation of the tale and in addition they had improved upon the original For example in their version Tiny Tim sings a song about a little child freezing in the snow Dickens sued and won but Parley s went bankrupt and instead of gaining any money from his legal ordeal Dickens was forced to pay 700 pounds in court costsNow here comes the good news This painful experience so disillusioned Dickens with English civil law that he used it as his inspiration ten years later for what is arguably his finest most mature creation the masterpiece Bleak House So I guess Dickens gained something from the experience after allOn that high note I will leave you And God bless us everyone

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Review A Christmas Carol A Christmas Carol Free download × 2 Review Ö PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ò Charles Dickens Trees He turned into inspired through the reviews of his personal teenagers and via the Christmas memories of different authors consisting of Washington Irving and Douglas Jerrold Dickens had written 3 Christmas testimonies prior to the novella and turned into inspired following a visit to the Field Lane Ragged School considered one of numerous establishments for London's street children The remedy of the poor and the ability of a selfish guy to redeem himself by reworking right into a extra sympathetic man or woman are the important thing themes of the story There is dialogue among academics as to whether this became a fully secular story or if it's miles a Christian allegory Published on 19 December the primary. How many times have I seen a version of A Christmas Carol Probably too many times to count but I can try A stage version at least half a dozen times The Disney version with Scrooge McDuck The Disney version with Jim Carrey A Muppet Christmas Carol Scrooged with Bill Murray Probably that I am forgettingFinally I have taken it upon myself to read the source material Did I like it Two words BAH HUMBUGIn Dickens ese that means I did I have enjoyed pretty much every adaptation I have seen and in general they seem very close to the original story So I have no complaintsOne thing you will find with the book is that each ghost has one or two scenes that they show Scrooge It seems like adapters of the book have generally agreed on which stories to leave out as I don t think I was familiar with any of the new talesDo you love Christmas stories Classics Adaptations of this story I am not saying you should read this I am saying you pretty much have to