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The Counting House Shingle

I painted this shingle for a production of A Christmas Carol.  I’ve painted this show at least 6 times and this is my favorite sign I did for any of them.  53 more words

A CHRISTMAS CAROL - Exam prompts

This annotated exam script has some tips for approaching the paper:

Use this table as a prompt for the key ideas and features of A Christmas Carol:

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A Christmas Carol - Plot and Quotations

Use this blog post to remind yourselves about plot for A Christmas Carol with a few handy quotations to memorise and analyse.

STAVE ONE:

Scrooge is in his counting house with his worker, Bob Cratchit. 565 more words

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Humbug.

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The featured image is Tommy Steele as Ebenezer Scrooge in a 2005 musical adaptation. MJ Kim/ Getty Images.

This is taken from a theatre production of  Charles Dickens’  211 more words

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A Christmas Carol by Charlie Dickens: THINGS THAT INFLUENCED ME

I wrote the book in 1843 in December (of course). Several things were pissing me off at the time, mostly to do with the terrible way that the rich and powerful people of the time in London (Bastards) only looked out for themselves and their own families and friends. 93 more words

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Y11 - A Christmas Carol: some quotations

Here are some quotations from A Christmas Carol.

Stave 1

  • He was a tight-fisted hand at the grindstone
  • External heat and cold had little influence…
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