Arguably the most famous Christmas novel of all, A Christmas Carol is as familiar to children as it is to adults, with its cast of macabre ghosts and the archetypal miser, Scrooge. But the book has also had a lasting effect on our ideas about the Christmas season being a time for loving and giving, and at its heart lies a penetrating Christian message. In this new edition, Archbishop Sentamu discusses the biting truths implicit in Dicken's classic tale of bitterness and redemption.
About Charles DICKENS
Charles Dickens (1812-70) was a political reporter, journalist & novelist. His novels include Great Expectations, David Copperfield and Bleak House.