3 edition of A Christmas carol found in the catalog.
Caption title.Signed at end: John Masefield.Three verses printed and set to music by Malcolm Davidson.Simmons, p. 4-5.Contained in: The Chapbook (a monthly miscellany), no. 18 (December 1920.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 135 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
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The first printing contained drab olive that Dickens felt were unacceptable, and the publisher Chapman and Hall quickly replaced them with yellow endpapers, but, once replaced, those clashed with the title page, which was then redone. To say that he was not startled, or that his blood was not conscious of a terrible sensation to which it had been a stranger from infancy, would be untrue. Production of A Christmas Carol was not without problems.
[ ] "" comes from Austria. Slater says that A Christmas Carol was intended to open its readers' hearts towards those struggling to survive on the lower rungs of the economic ladder and to encourage practical benevolence, but also to warn of the terrible danger to society created by the toleration of widespread ignorance A Christmas carol actual want among the poor. Before we offer an analysis of A Christmas Carol, it might be worth briefly summarising the plot of the novella. What good had it ever done to him?
Plumpton, Alfred; Hemans Mrs 12 March 1890. According to the sociologist Frank W. All these boys were in great spirits, and shouted to each other, until the broad fields were so full of merry music, that the crisp air laughed to hear it!
They shone in every part of the dance like moons. "And travelling all the time! 0 out of 5 stars What a wonderful Classic.
Especially Alastair Sim, who is perfect casting as Scrooge.
" It would have been in vain for Scrooge to plead that the weather and the hour were not adapted to pedestrian purposes; that bed was warm, and the thermometer a long way below freezing; that he was clad but lightly in his slippers, dressing-gown, and nightcap; and that he had a cold upon him at that time.
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