A Christmas Carol

Rosenblatt, Roger
December 1975
New Republic;12/27/75, Vol. 173 Issue 26, p33
Focuses on the several characters characterized by literature writer Charles Dickens. Overview of the work Christmas Past created by Dickens; Feature of the character Scrooge; Discussion of the issues related to the character treatment of Scrooge at the time of Christmas; View of the writer Oscar Wilde that anyone who would not laugh at the death of character Little Nell must indeed have a heart of stone; Opinion of writer T.S. Eliot on the works of Dickens.


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