A Christmas Carol

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Author's Preface
Preface
Characters

A Christmas Carol
Stave I: Marley's Ghost
Stave II: The First of the Three Spirits
Stave III: The Second of the Three Spirits
Stave IV: The Last of the Spirits
Stave V: The End of It

Editorische Notiz
Literaturhinweise
Nachwort

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ISBN

978-3-15-009150-0

Erscheinungsdatum

01.01.1986

Unterrichtsfächer

Englisch

Einband

Taschenbuch

Illustrator

John Leech

Herausgeber

Herbert Geisen

Beschreibung

Details

ISBN

978-3-15-009150-0

Erscheinungsdatum

01.01.1986

Unterrichtsfächer

Englisch

Einband

Taschenbuch

Illustrator

John Leech

Herausgeber

Herbert Geisen

Verlag

Reclam, Philipp

Seitenzahl

155

Maße (L/B/H)

14,7/9,5/1 cm

Gewicht

89 g

Sprache

Englisch

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Classic for a reason

Stephanie aus Neuenhof am 02.02.2023

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Though, the concept of looking back and/or onto your own life, either through dreams or some supernatural way, isn’t entirely new to me it’s still one of the concepts that is so endlessly rewarding when done well. And the way Charles Dickens wrote this is done very well! It’s about Ebenezer Scrooge who has misgivings about nearly everything and everyone and is a very unpleasant fellow to have around in general. The story plays during Christmas time which is, or ought to be, a festive time filled with joy, happiness and love. Yet to Scrooge this particular season can’t pass quickly enough. What with people wanting to rip off his money for purposes unbefitting of his acceptance seeing that there are organisations and institutions which are still operating to care for the poor and destitude. Why then did one have to provide even more? It turns out, all he needed in order to see what really mattered in life was to have him be visited by his late business partner (with whom he had shared his dismal mood) who would help him see, would help him understand. I enjoyed this story overall, but most of all the author’s take on morality and his writing style. I’m just a sucker for the way one wrote and spoke all these years ago. If you would like to try a classic but are intimidated by the thick and seemingly challenging books like Anna Karenina, etc. then this short story might be for you - Hugh Grant does an excellent job at narrating it, if audiobooks are more your thing

Classic for a reason

Stephanie aus Neuenhof am 02.02.2023
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Though, the concept of looking back and/or onto your own life, either through dreams or some supernatural way, isn’t entirely new to me it’s still one of the concepts that is so endlessly rewarding when done well. And the way Charles Dickens wrote this is done very well! It’s about Ebenezer Scrooge who has misgivings about nearly everything and everyone and is a very unpleasant fellow to have around in general. The story plays during Christmas time which is, or ought to be, a festive time filled with joy, happiness and love. Yet to Scrooge this particular season can’t pass quickly enough. What with people wanting to rip off his money for purposes unbefitting of his acceptance seeing that there are organisations and institutions which are still operating to care for the poor and destitude. Why then did one have to provide even more? It turns out, all he needed in order to see what really mattered in life was to have him be visited by his late business partner (with whom he had shared his dismal mood) who would help him see, would help him understand. I enjoyed this story overall, but most of all the author’s take on morality and his writing style. I’m just a sucker for the way one wrote and spoke all these years ago. If you would like to try a classic but are intimidated by the thick and seemingly challenging books like Anna Karenina, etc. then this short story might be for you - Hugh Grant does an excellent job at narrating it, if audiobooks are more your thing

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It looks a lot better online. In reality it is a poor quality print. Will not order here again.

Bad quality print

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It looks a lot better online. In reality it is a poor quality print. Will not order here again.

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  • A Christmas Carol
  • Author's Preface
    Preface
    Characters

    A Christmas Carol
    Stave I: Marley's Ghost
    Stave II: The First of the Three Spirits
    Stave III: The Second of the Three Spirits
    Stave IV: The Last of the Spirits
    Stave V: The End of It

    Editorische Notiz
    Literaturhinweise
    Nachwort