Table of contents for A Christmas carol / Charles Dickens ; edited by Richard Kelly.


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Introduction Charles Dickens: A Brief Chronology A Note on the Text A Christmas Carol Appendix A: Reflections on Christmas 1. Washington Irving, from The Sketch Book (1822) 2. Charles Dickens, "A Christmas Dinner" (1836) 3. Charles Dickens, from The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club (1836-37) 4. Thomas K. Hervey, from The Book of Christmas (1837) 5. John Calcott Horsley / Sir Henry Cole, The First Christmas Card (1843) 6. Charles Dickens, "A Christmas Tree" (1850) 7. Charles Dickens, "What Christmas Is, As We Grow Older" (1851) Appendix B: Child Labor, Education, and the Workhouse 1. From Report of the Children's Employment Commission (1842) 2. From Charles Dickens's Speech at the First Annual Soiree of the Athenaeum: Manchester (Oct. 5, 1843) 3. Charles Dickens, "A Walk in a Workhouse" (1850) Appendix C: From Letters of Charles Dickens Appendix D: Contemporary Reviews of A Christmas Carol 1. Charles Mackay, Morning Chronicle (December 19, 1843) 2. Anon., Athenaeum (December 23, 1843) 3. Thomas Hood, Hood's Magazine, (January 4, 1844) 4. Laman Blanchard, Ainsworth's Magazine (January 1844) 5. Anon., The Times (January 7, 1844) 6. William Makepeace Thackeray, Fraser's Magazine, (February 1844) Appendix E: Notable Film, Television, and Radio Adaptations of A Christmas Carol Select Bibliography


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Scrooge, Ebenezer (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.
London (England) -- Fiction.
Poor families -- Fiction.
Sick children -- Fiction.
Misers -- Fiction.