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A Christmas Carol and The Night Before Christmas, Deluxe Edition (Literary… (edizione 2006)

di Charles Dickens

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This gorgeously illustrated, gilt-edged edition of the classic Christmas story and poem will be a treasured memento of hiliday celebrations for years to come. The timeless tale of Ebenezer Scrooge and Moore's classic poem are among the most beloved Christmas stories of all time, and this elegant leather-bound edition is perfect to give as a gift or as an addition to one's own collection.… (altro)
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Titolo:A Christmas Carol and The Night Before Christmas, Deluxe Edition (Literary Classics)
Autori:Charles Dickens
Info:Gramercy (2006), Hardcover, 192 pages
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I had the pleasure of listening to the Alison Larkin Presents versions of Dickens' A Christmas Carol and Clement Clark Moore's The Night Before Christmas. Anyone who knows me, knows I love A Christmas Carol. I usually either read it every year, or listen to some version on audio, in addition to watching all the film versions.

This particular version of A Christmas Carol was very entertaining. The narrator had a pleasing voice, and I was envisioning the story as I listened. It was quite a nice audio during my forays as Mom's taxi service. Teehee.

Alison Larkin narrated The Night Before Christmas herself and I just love her voice! She gave the traditional tale, that we all have loved since children, a very whimsical, yet heartwarming tone.

Listening to these classic Christmas tales in the lead up to the Christmas season was just what I needed to get me into the spirit. I highly recommend to anyone who loves Christmas, and enjoys listening to audiobooks. ( )
  TheTrueBookAddict | Mar 23, 2020 |
Some classics are more fun to read than others, this book falls in the former category for sure. Reading the original text that has inspired so many movies was a great experience. Having grown up watching the Mickey Mouse version, it was amusing to find myself subconsciously picturing the Disney characters while reading the descriptions put down by Dickens. Obviously there were a lot of differences.

On the audiobook front, I listened to the version read by John Lee. I can't imagine it having been read better, Lee did an incredible job giving voice to the different characters and emotions (I also gave a Librivox version a short try and Lee's English accent is infinitely preferable). ( )
  yrthegood1staken | Feb 28, 2017 |
A favorite of all ages, it seems, A Christmas Carol has been enjoyed by many throughout the years and has spawned several movies and plays. The story is of a miser who is visited by four ghosts on Christmas, the first of which is his old partner in his business who died seven years ago. Through his visits with these apparitions, he realizes the error of his miserly ways and the fatal consequences that they might bear. He emerges at the end of the story as a truly changed man.

The book is an easy read, and one that can be handled by even young children. Yet it is also enjoyable for adults. Indeed, the story is so well accepted that it has even created vocabulary words of it's own. We all know what a "Scrooge" is, don't we?

This book also includes the classic Christmas poem "The Night Before Christmas", also a delight as well as an annual tradition for Christmas Eve celebrations in many families. ( )
  srtrent | Dec 17, 2008 |
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This gorgeously illustrated, gilt-edged edition of the classic Christmas story and poem will be a treasured memento of hiliday celebrations for years to come. The timeless tale of Ebenezer Scrooge and Moore's classic poem are among the most beloved Christmas stories of all time, and this elegant leather-bound edition is perfect to give as a gift or as an addition to one's own collection.

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