A Christmas Carol
by Charles Dickens
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- Written by Charles Dickens in 1843, A Christmas Carol has become one of the most popular and enduring Christmas stories of all time.
- The illustrations were done by John Leech (1817-1864). There are four hand colored etchings and four wood engravings to illustrate the
- A Christmas Carol was an instant success. Published on December 17, 1843, the initial print run (6,000 copies) was sold out by Christmas. A further 2,000 copies, from a second printing, were sold by January 6, 1844.
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A CHRISTMAS CAROL
A Ghost Story of Christmas
WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY JOHN LEECH
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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