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How the ghost of economies past influenced Dickens' "A Christmas Carol"

by Anu Anand Dec 25, 2017
The BBC’s Anu Anand takes a tour of Charles Dickens’ last London home, and chats with a historian who explains how economic hardships influenced the celebrated author’s “A Christmas Carol” classic.  Click the above audio player to hear the full…
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"A Christmas Carol" was supposed to be Dickens' moneymaker

by Hayley Hershman Dec 1, 2017
Too bad it didn't make him any.
Circa 1954, English novelist and magazine columnist Monica Dickens reads to her children from "A Christmas Carol" by her grandfather Charles Dickens.  
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Taking stock of Dickens on business

by Christopher Werth Dec 24, 2012
Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" is usually read with an anti-capitalist bent, but a wider reading of his works show a different picture.